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Stink: The Incredible Shrinking Kid

Stink: The Incredible Shrinking Kid by Megan McDonald
Apr 12, 2005 | 45 Minutes
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    Feb 12, 2013 | 128 Pages | 6-9 years

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    Apr 09, 2013 | 112 Pages | 6-9 years

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    Apr 12, 2005 | 45 Minutes | 5-9 years

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    Apr 12, 2005 | 45 Minutes | 5-9 years

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Delightful full-page and spot-art cartoons and playful language in large type bring the child’s adventures to life. ‘Things are definitely looking up, up, UP’ with this bright addition to beginning chapter-book collections.
—School Library Journal

This spirited launch of a new series focuses on Judy Moody’s younger brother, Stink. . . . McDonald’s breezy narrative and likable character will keep Judy’s followers amply amused and recruit new fans.
—Publishers Weekly

The narrative is fun and laced with puns-from Mr. Trashmore to "newt in shining armor," and it’s peppered with black-and-white illustrations, including comics reflecting Stink’s triumphant fantasies.

A fine fare for fledgling chapter-book readers. Stink definitely measures up to his memorable sister.
—Kirkus Reviews

Readers of Judy Moody who requested that Stink have a book of his own will not be disappointed.
—Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books

James Madison, the shortest U.S. president, becomes the hero of a kid worried about getting shorter.
—Wall Street Journal

A humorous look at the emotional trauma a second-grader experiences at the thought of growing smaller, rather than growing taller.

A welcome arrival for this age group.
—Chicago Tribune

Judy Moody lovers (and their little brothers) will adore her younger brother, Stink.

Kid-friendly format.
—San Francisco Chronicle

Stink’ — the quirky kid brother for whom fans of the Judy Moody series have long harbored a soft spot — now has a series of his own.

Judy Moody lovers (and their little brothers) will adore her younger brother, Stink.
—Seattle Times

With child-savvy humor and energy, McDonald explores Stink’s frustrations with being ‘the shortest second-grader in Class 2-D. Probably the shortest human being the in whole word, including Alaska and Hawaii.’

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