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Andy Rash - Unstinky

Unstinky

Author: Andy Rash

  • AGES 4 - 8 
  • Genre Comedy and Humor
Andy Rash brings the laughs in this humorous story of a stinkbug who can't stink.
Bud is a happy stinkbug, except when it comes to stinking contests.He always seems to lose to champions like P. U. Bottoms, Lord Stinkington, and The Fumigator. Every time they make smells like OUTHOUSE, GYM SOCK, and ARMPIT, poor Bud ends up smelling like FLOWERS, or FRESH-BAKED BREAD, or CANDY CANE. Stinking just isn't Bud's THING. But what IS his thing?
With an ending as fresh as a daisy, and funnier than any funny smell, Andy Rash puts a hilarious spin on a tale of following your nose to happiness.

Endorsements

 

“Get a good whiff of this olfactorily original celebration of individuality.”

- Kirkus Reviews

 

“A playful twist on familiar themes of fitting in and finding one’s talents….this will be a winner for readalouds.”

- Publishers Weekly

 

“Perfect for reading aloud or independently, this book will delight young audiences and remind them that it’s okay to be yourself and find your own thing.”

- School Library Journal