Stink and the Incredible Super-Galactic Jawbreaker

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Megan McDonald ill. Peter H Reynolds
Walker Books
Jul 2006
"Once he started, Stink could not stop writing letters. He wrote a letter to Webster (the friend, not the dictionary). He wrote a letter to his other best friend, Elizabeth, who liked to be called Sophie of the Elves. He even wrote a letter to his teacher, telling her how great he was at writing letters."

Megan McDonald, author of the perennially popular Judy Moody series, has created a spin-off featuring Judy�s brother Stink. In �Stink and the Incredible Super-Galactic Jawbreaker�, Stink is disappointed to find that the aforementioned jawbreaker in fact does nothing of the sort and that his jaw remains very firmly still in tact.

Stink sends a letter of complaint to the company and receives a mammoth box of complimentary sweets. From here-on-in he writes numerous letters and receives a good number of replies, unfortunately amidst this deluge of post one important piece of mail gets lost thereby threatening Stink�s friendship with Webster� Can this be remedied?

This is a fun, easy-to-read novel that will appeal to boys, particularly those with sisters who are ardent fans of the Judy Moody titles. Peter H. Reynold�s illustrations really help to bring the book to life. Look out for another adventure featuring Stink �Stink: The Incredible Shrinking Kid�.

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