Tedd Arnold is the illustrator and, with Martha Hamilton and Mitch Weiss, co-author of the Noodlehead series, a humorous, award-winning, comic-book-style series for ages six to nine. The series includes Noodelhead Nightmares, Noodlesheads Find Something Fishy, and Noodleheads See the Future, which received a Theodor Seuss Honor Award for books for new readers. He is also author and illustrator of the widely popular Fly Guy books. Tedd lives in New York and Florida.
"This is a good, simple and funny tale, a pleasing eyeful working on a familiar motif . . . It hits the spot for beginning readers, and read-alongs are welcome, perhaps inevitable."--Kirkus Reviews
"Funny details . . . build momentum from page to page, and the vocabulary is simple enough to allow the newest readers to enjoy it all on their own."--The Horn Book "Arnold offers emergent readers a predictable text, humorous cartoon-style illustrations, and a gentle reminder that we must all clean up after ourselves. . . . The succinct, repeating text will be accessible to beginning readers, and children are sure to love Robug (who resembles a Roomba with a face), especially as he becomes more and more annoyed with Jake's orders."--Booklist "Arnold, the author of Dirty Gert (Holiday House, 2013) and the 'Fly Guy' books (Scholastic), continues to demonstrate his understanding of children's humor through his simple but clever dialogue and hilarious artwork. . . . A fun read for everyone, the mantra 'I will fix this mess' will be repeated in well-practiced robot voices by children, teachers, and parents alike."--School Library Journal