Stink: The Incredible Shrinking Kid, by Megan McDonald and Ill. Peter H. Reynolds

Rating: 4.5/5

Rating: 4.5/5

It’s Judy Moody’s little brother!

Stink is tired of being short and constantly being reminded of it–especially by his sister, Judy Moody. One day he asks her to measure him and he discovers that he shrunk during the day!

This is a funny and light-hearted story where we follow the humorous adventures of Stink Moody from his dismay at growing shorter to the unfortunate disaster with the class newt. He doesn’t let anything get him down. In fact, for his president’s day project he is letting the world know all about the shortest president of the United States: James Madison!

Readers of Judy Moody will love this story, which inspires laughter and curiosity.

Topics include: friendship, responsibility, growing up, presidents, and family.

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3 Responses to Stink: The Incredible Shrinking Kid, by Megan McDonald and Ill. Peter H. Reynolds

  1. Prisca says:

    I’m sad to say I have not read any Judy Moody books. If it’s anything like the Stink book, I’ve been missing out!

  2. I love Judy Moody! It’s nice to see Stink get his own series of books. This one hilarious.

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