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by Peter Reynolds,Megan McDonald
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Literature & Fiction
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    Peter Reynolds,Megan McDonald
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    Demco Media (April 11, 2006)
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My 7-year old daughter absolutely loves these books. If you've got a girl who's not into princesses and prefers science, the outdoors, video games, and the like, this series is likely to appeal to her as well.
First off, I think they push kids a little too fast these days. With that disclaimer in mind, my son is in 1st grade. One day we were at Target and he wanted to buy a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle "chapter book". He told me other kids in his class were reading chapter books and it was the class goal to be able to read chapter books by the end of the school year. I didn't want to discourage him so we got the TMNT book. However, as I learned, finding beginning level chapter books is not easy. For example, the Magic Treehouse books are wonderful, but my 1st grader isn't ready for them. I happened upon a Stink book at BJ's Wholesale, thumbed through it, and thought "wow! this is exactly what I was looking for." I then went to Amazon to order the rest of the series...and the prices here simply cannot be beat. Its still a work in progress, but my son has improved his reading and its amazing to sit there with him as he works through these Stink books.
My 7 year old son was instructed to read this book for his 2nd grade class. My son loved it so much, and thought it was very funny. I too read t to ensure he had read it properly & I had to say it was very funny.
I am a first grade teacher. My students LOVED when I read Stink aloud to them, especially the boys (but the girls loved it too). I think the comics were their favorite part. I have to admit, I love the stink books too. They are very funny!
Each night I read one or two chapters to my son once he is in bed. He loves his Stink books so much that we just started the Books 4-6 Collection this week. The subject matters in the books are light-hearted and goofy, like having a contest for the smelliest sneaker or having a pajama party at school. There's a nice amount of illustrations in the books, making it fun for the young kids who are transitioning from picture books like Dr. Seuss but still has a heavy amount of text/dialogue.
My son (six) aboslutey adores this series! Fun to read and share silly times together.
These are super fun books with just enough texts and illustrations for my 7 years old daughter who just started reading the chapter books. The story lines are something most of 6-8 years old kid could relate to in their real lives. Good starting chapter books that little kids won't feel bored reading.
These books are super cute. My kids are 'all boy' Stinks and Farts alike. I will be getting the full series.