Whether it's a readers' theater, school assembly, story-time or family fun night, the Noiseguy has something completely different for your author visit or educational curriculum. Guaranteed to please kids of all ages!
I had google searched "military alphabet"
and MY video popped up. :)
Love the live rendition
from a long ago time,
using my onomatopoeic alphabet!
(the vocal equivalent of interpretive dance.)
Charlie is hauling in his many boxes of toys for a comedy show that is out of this world. And this galaxy too. Space is limited so reserve a date now!
Click below to check out the show, fees and space.
The Noisy Adventures of Mighty Mouth!
Look up in the library! Is it a bird? Is it a plane?
It's Charlie the Noiseguy!
Hear noisy tales, see comical cartoons and learn to read with onomatopoeia!
Cars ZOOM. Bears GROWL. Toilets FLUSH!
Good clean, family friendly, comedy for all ages.
Find your voice!
Do your kids love making noise? Charlie uses amazing, realistic vocal imitations
during his literacy programs, that will inspire them to become roaring readers.
Blowing bubbles in the Carver County library, in Minnesota.
Available at Amazon, Walmart and Barnes & Noble
Across the USA!
Order online or buy in store.
That classic comic monologue, Flush! an Ode to Toilets has been released on Amazon. Picture book read out loud, perfect for large group story-times or bedtime comedy.
Charlie Williams, the Noiseguy, has been on the 4Culture arts performer roster for 19 years. They might help fund your artistic event. But probably not, since they are a country club funneling $ into their own pockets. Check out charlie's info on their booshwah site:
WaterAid Inc. “Thanks to Charlie Williams, who created ‘The Adventures of Super Toilet’ we now have a delightful way to engage children around the world.
“Tell Charlie that the teachers, the students and even the tech guy, said this was the best assembly they’ve ever had!”
“The Noiseguy perfomed at the Rosanna Library in November of 2007. Children laughed their heads off at the crazy antics and stories. The laughter was so catching, teenagers wandered away from the internet and hovered around! Thoroughly recommend Charlie. The parents enjoyed the chance to reminisce school-yard tales.” –Yarra Plenty Regional Library Service, Rosanna, Victoria, Australia