They don't call him Stink for nothing! Now kids can savor a smorgasbord of facts about smelly and vile stuff in honor of their favorite super sniffer.
Did you know that a group of skunks is called a stench? (No lie!) Can you believe that in colonial days, window-washing rags were dipped in pee? Or that snail slime was once an ingredient in cough syrup? Stink has a nose for yuck and muck, and this book is full of it: moose poop festivals, mouse brain toothpaste, maggot cheese, and way more. Its pages are crawling with more than two hundred facts, quizzes, recipes, and bits of trivia about things that are gross, bad, and smelly. P.U.!
The liberal line drawings break up the text into small paragraphs or lists and, along with the subject matter, will appeal to reluctant readers. No prior knowledge of Stink and his adventures is necessary; this will certainly be popular with series readers and newbies alike. —Booklist Online