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Stink Moody

Guest Author - Taisha Turner

Stink and the World’s Worst Super-Stinky Sneakers continues the popular Stink Moody series. Stink Moody has an awesome gift. He has the gift of identifying objects by their smell. The seven-year-old can sniff with the best!

Stink Moody, the younger brother of Judy Moody, goes on a field trip to the science museum. A Gross-Me-Out exhibit is their destination. It is in the museum Stink realizes he has an amazing gift. Stink can identify different odors from B.O. to bad breath. Right there, he decides to become a professional smeller. At the museum, the children of Class 2D learn of the Smelly Sneaker Contest. He and one of his best friends, Sophie of the Elves(Elizabeth), decide to enter the contest. Who will win the Smelly Sneaker Contest and have the honor of being the proud owner of the smelliest sneakers?

The word stink engrosses children. Megan McDonald knows this and draws young readers into Stink Moody’s world. Second graders love reading about his adventures. The Stink Moody series is so engrossing children yearn for the next book.

Stink and the World’s Worst Super-Stinky Sneakers has one hundred and thirty pages. It contains many stinky fun facts for the young early chapter book reader. The chapters are short. Peter H. Reynolds who also illustrates the Judy Moody series does the pen and ink drawings. They capture the book’s humor and energy. Reynolds’ hand lettering of the chapters’ titles and the interesting information start and end each chapter.

Megan McDonald’s Stink and the World’s Worst Super-Stinky Sneakers is for the reader graduating from the Andy Shane, Junie B. Jones and Young Cam Jansen series. The Stink Moody books are more longer and challenging. The target age group is readers between five and eight-years-old. Introduce Stink and the World’s Worst Super-Stinky Sneakers to young readers who enjoy humor and the wacky world of Stinksville. Stink and the World's Worst Super-Stinky Sneakers does not stink to high Heaven!





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