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Stink and the World's Worst Super-Stinky Sneakers (Book #3) (udgave 2008)

af Megan McDonald

Serier: Stink (3)

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A class visit to the Gross-Me-Out exhibit at the science museum inspires Stink Moody to create a variety of terrible smells to put on the sneakers he plans to enter in the World's Worst Super-Stinky Sneaker contest.
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Titel:Stink and the World's Worst Super-Stinky Sneakers (Book #3)
Forfattere:Megan McDonald
Info:Scholastic (2008), Paperback, 131 pages
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A class visit to the Gross-Me-Out exhibit at the science museum inspires Stink Moody to create a variety of terrible smells to put on the sneakers he plans to enter in the World's Worst Super-Stinky Sneaker contest. Book #3
  NMiller22 | Jul 27, 2019 |
This was a story about a little boy named Stink who is amazed and obsessed with being able to smell different things, after his class took a field trip to the stink exhibit. He decided to enter a stinky sneaker contest in order to win an award. I really liked this book because the author used so many literary devices throughout the story. She often used amazing adjectives to describe things in the story as well. For example, when the students arrived at the stink exhibit, she said “Slimy! Oozy! Stinky! Gooey! There were beeps and toots and blinking lights in every direction.” This added more excitement and the reader could experience that excitement like the characters in the story. The second reason I liked this book was because of the confidence of the character Stink. He just knew that he would win the smelly sneaker contest. He was telling his classmate “My sneakers will beat the pants off yours any day.” As the reader I was convinced that Stink would win the contest. I think the big idea/overall message of this story is that everyone has special talents-Stink’s talent just happened to be smelling stinky things. ( )
  JeNeeH | May 5, 2015 |
I think is book is a very good book for young boys just learning to read. One reason I like this book is the language. The language in the book is fun and uses good descriptive words. For example, “Slimy! Oozy! Stinky! Gooey! There were beeps and toots and blinking lights in every direction. Where to start? The Vomit Machine? Musical Farts? The Burp-O-Meter? Another thing I liked about this book was the illustrations. Even though it was in black and white, the illustrations were very bold and appealing to the eye, especially for boys. The main idea of this book would be friendship. No matter what happens or if a friend puts you down sometimes you should always forgive them and continue your friendship. ( )
  david.endres | Sep 24, 2014 |
Most boys at the targeted age range think that stinky things are funny. I think that this book is targeted at the male audience. I read this book because the cover caught my attention from a list of colleague recommendations. The cover page does catch the eye as well. Stink (getting his name from his diapers) is an expert at all things stinky. The sentence are short, kinda choppy, making this book a hard read aloud but great for a silent read. The illustrations will entertain the audience and I like the color palette. The font is a good size and the amount of white space on the pages is just right. This chapter book is the third in a series and covers a visit to an exhibit to a science museum titled Gross Me Out. Stink learns that people have jobs smelling things and he is quite good at smelling as well. He later enters a contest for the worst smelling sneakers after he tries to create a horrible smelling perfume. Definitely a book boys will enjoy. ( )
  cfranson | Mar 2, 2014 |
Yet another hilarious installment in the Stink series, featuring a clever and creative boy, his friend and enemy sister, and his understanding parents. As I've come to expect from these books, the plot is entwined with educational lessons (this time in science) in such a seamless way that kids won't realize that they are being taught as they read. In this story, Stink and his class take a trip to the museum to visit an exhibit all about gross smells. Displays about noses and snot, skunk spray and the corpse flower. Stink is in heaven. One exhibit has unlabeled mystery smells and the observer is supposed to sniff and guess. When Stink successfully identifies all the odors, his class labels him The Nose. Also at the museum, they learn about the upcoming Stinkiest Sneaker contest. The Nose and his friend, Sophie of the Elves, decide they need to enter. When Judy tries to freshen up Stink's sneakers, though, his hopes of winning take a turn for the worse.

As with previous Stink books, the writing is fun, humorous and captures a child's voice very well. The story moves along swiftly. The many scientific tidbits laced throughout the story are interesting, both because they truly are, and because Stink finds them to be. At the end of each short chapter, Reynolds' silly black-and-white drawings reiterate the ideas of that chapter, in a visual manner that is appealing and helps to break up the book for their young reading audience. This time, instead of comics, we have Stink's Stinky Facts, and they work well. I agree with my earlier opinions, that the Stink books are wonderful choices for children making the move up to chapter books. Also, for parents who feel that boys have less choices than girls when it comes to books that focus on their interests, this series, with its male protagonist and heaps of gross boy humor, is a sure hit. ( )
  nmhale | Dec 7, 2012 |
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