Dia Roberts is a average twelve-year-old girl,trying to find her place in middle school. In "Noodlebrain," she encounters the ups and downs of being a pre-teen through friends, school, sports and boys. During her journey through the sixth grade, Dia realizes she has a talent that she hadn't yet discovered. In this tale of Dia's middle school experience, she develops this talent and comes to the conclusion that being average can sometimes have advantages. "Noodlebrain" is a funny, heartwarming and entertaining coming-of-age story, written for students of all ages.
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||344 KB|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Renee Wild is a Speech Pathologist who lives in Naples, Florida with her husband Mark, and her two children. She grew up in Massachusetts. Other than writing and spending time with her family, her hobbies include reading, running and playing piano.
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Noodlebrain based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Hilarious book, reminded me of things that happened to me in middle school! Great characters and funny story. I started reading and didn't stop for 3 hours until I finished it. Great book for kids, but also for adults who want to relive the good old days of middle school madness. A great read from start to finish and it leaves you wanting more. Everyone from 6-60 should read this story!