Author: S C Hamill
"This is the story of Tink. Who creates an awful stink. Everytime she waves her wand. It creates an awful pong! The Toybox Toys aren't pleased. Because the smell it curls their ears. Who keeps doing this, they wonder? Because it's as smelly as poo, and as loud as thunder!"
In fact, they all watched as Bulk sat Lady Fluff and Stinkerbell in the ring a few inches from each other. “Start recording." Bulk told Skull. Skullaimed his phone and gave Bulka thumbs-up. “This is going to be gold!
Author: Stefan Petrucha
Get inside the mind of the Green Ranger in this brand-new adventure from the Power Rangers. When danger threatens the small town of Angel Grove, five ordinary teenagers must become extraordinary. This original Power Rangers story follows Tommy and the rest of the crew as they battle Rita Repulsa from destroying their world.
“C'mon, Stinkerbell. I'll help. We'll be the Slime Busters.” “Slime Busters! Double cool!” said Stink. “But you can't call me Stinkerbell.” “If you say so, Stinkerbell. Let's take it down to the big sink.” Stink carried the Critter ...
Author: Megan McDonald
Publisher: Candlewick Press
In honor of Judy Moody's younger "bother," the creators of the award-winning series have put themselves in a very Stink-y mood. Shrink, shrank, shrunk! Every morning, Judy Moody measures Stink and it's always the same: three feet, eight inches tall. Stink feels like even the class newt is growing faster than he is. Then, one day, the ruler reads -- can it be? -- three feet, seven and three quarters inches! Is Stink shrinking? He tries everything to look like he’s growing, but wearing up-and-down stripes and spiking his hair aren't fooling anyone into thinking he's taller. If only he could ask James Madison -- Stink's hero, and the shortest person ever to serve as President of the United States. In Stink's first solo adventure, his special style comes through loud and strong -- enhanced by a series of comic strips, drawn by Stink himself, which are sprinkled throughout the book. From "The Adventures of Stink in SHRINK MONSTER" to "The Adventures of Stink in NEWT IN SHINING ARMOR," these very funny, homespun sagas reflect the familiar voice of a kid who pictures himself with super powers to deal with the travails of everyday life -- including the occasional teasing of a bossy big sister!
“Mom, Smelldan sprayed me,” Stinker Bell said. “Oh boys, I know you are not able to control the spray well at your age, but seriously see if you can work on that. Find something besides your sisters to target,” Margie said.
Author: Virginia K. White
Publisher: Bublish, Inc.
"Virginia has combined entertainment with facts. The skunk kits entertain the reader with their charging games and skunk soccer while teaching us about the development of young skunks. I loved the ending!" —Margie Smith, music educator, Denton, Nebraska "I loved the addition of Olivia to Doc's yard family! The kits are very entertaining, but where will they go next? I loved the facts, entertainment, and possibilities of future adventures." —Staci Day, elementary educator, Aurora, Colorado Can an opossum become a member of Doc's yard family? Olivia the opossum has poor vision and hearing, is a fighter, but has a good heart. Margie the myopic skunk and the rest of Doc's yard family is wary, but willing to get to know the new animal. When Doc's birthday rolls around, his yard family wants to gift him something great! Olivia and her rambunctious group of kits ponders what they want to contribute. What will Olivia gift him?
Nettie suggested that Stinkerbell appear in “This Haiku Stinks.” This lead to an abundance of Stinkerbell throughout the book. I owe a great deal to Mr. Thomas Burby for being a constant mentor, for pushing me to do this before I knew I ...
Author: Brian Estes
Step through a magical door into a world where pigs can fly, dinosaurs still walk the earth, and fairies do important but smelly jobs. See people and critters of all shapes and sizes, such as the rare and elusive crocoturbuduckaphant, (whatever that is). Take an ocean voyage with a duck and a goat. Dig a hole. Ride a T. rex. Smell a triceratops. Meet knights, wizards, pirates, flatulent whales and so many others in this eccentric book of drawings and poems for the child in all of us. Over sixty fully illustrated poems to read again and again. Fans of Shel Silverstein and Jack Prelutsky will enjoy this book.
“Stinkerbell.” Apt. Stinkerbell pounced on a crumpled up piece of paper lying on the floor. She batted it and meowed. “What do you have there?” I reached out to take it, but she clawed the air and drew blood on my right hand. It hurt.
Author: Marlene Perez
Publisher: Hachette UK
The second in a line of three exciting new urban fantasy novels where the son of the Fates must travel to the underworld... Nyx Fortuna, still reeling from Elizabeth's betrayal, has no time to rest. His cousin Claire has gone missing and his aunts, the three Fates, are threatening that if he doesn't find her, Elizabeth will suffer. Now, despite how he may feel, Nyx must venture into the underworld of Minneapolis to find his wayward cousin, lost to the thrall of Hecate's dark magic. But releasing Claire is not without its consequences. While it might fulfill the prophecy foretelling the fall of the Fates that have plagued him for so long, it would also mean releasing Hecate from her dark prison. . . and into our world. Nyx now must decide. How far would he go to save the woman he loves. . . the woman who betrayed him?
Stinkerbell is a character I made up, a fairy who stinks and tends to shed a lot of pixie dust. Orlis Avery is a garbage truck driver. I made up a story about them, painted pictures to go along with it, and spent hours on the computer ...
Author: Emily Smucker
Publisher: Health Communications, Inc.
Emily's the sick one . . . all of the time. Plagued with some sort of cold or fever or bizarre aches and pains for much of her life, Emily thought the dizziness and stomachaches at the start of her senior year were just another bout of "Emily flu." But when they didn't go away, she knew something was seriously wrong. Eventually diagnosed with the rare and incurable West Nile virus, Emily watched her senior year and the future she had planned for go up in smoke. "I want a normal life for a teenager. I want to ache from a long day at work. I want to be so busy that I don't have time to post on my blog. I want to run the race of life instead of being pushed along it in a wheelchair. I want to be on the ride of my life, you know?" Because Truth Is More Fascinating Than Fiction
I even miss him calling me ' Stinkerbell ' all the time . ” Mr Mystico flashed a quick glance in my direction and his mouth dropped wide open . “ But none of that is in my novels , ” he said incredulously . " Sure , I put those details ...
Author: Colin Ridyard
Publisher: Europa Edizioni
The Clutterbutt and Flumpkin Appreciation Society is an adventure fantasy and young adult novel that tells the story of Guy Foulkstone, a spoiled rich kid, whose father has tried unsuccessfully to send to Tremerwick Towers. He, instead, attends Eleven Hills High with his friends Emma, Diana and Will, and while he keeps out of trouble and gets good grades, his father is happy. But strange, supernatural things lurk behind every corner… Forced to face up to these unexpected events, Guy quickly comes to realise the truth and, in doing so, discovers some rather unexpected things about himself, as well. Are magic, witches, fairies and spells real? Come and join Guy on his journey and decide if magic is truly real or just smoke and mirrors. Colin Ridyard spent his formative years in the idyllic foothills of the Snowdonia Mountain Range attending schools in both Caernarvon and Bangor. Very much a country boy at heart, he has fond memories of catching trout in the meandering mountain streams, gathering nuts and berries from overladen trees and bushes and drinking ice-cold, fresh water from the hillside springs. An accomplished academic as well as a novelist, Colin applied his love of nature to obtaining his PhD at the University of Exeter, where he used whole cell microbiological techniques to investigate ways of synthesizing novel antiviral active pharmaceutical ingredients. Then, after a stint working as a research chemist in manufacturing and a trouble shooter in the NHS, he went to work as a researcher in clinical trials at various universities. Working as a Research Fellow, Colin divides his time between writing novels and children’s stories and working across various academic fields including randomised clinical trials, database design, data mapping, methodological development, and infection control. His research has resulted in several journal publication contributions and conference talks in the fields of paediatric intensive care and Type 1 Diabetes. In his free moments, Colin continues to train for his 2nd Dan in Shotokan Karate, spend time with his family and walk in his beloved Snowdonia Mountain Range.
A. Allisons cat is named Stinkerbell. B. Allison's cat is named Stinkerbell. 6. A. Your new house on Oak St. is just fabulous! B. Your new house on Oak St is just fabulous! 7. A. In the army, K.P. stands for kitchen patrol, ...
Author: Susan Collins
Publisher: Teacher Created Resources
Both teachers and parents appreciate how effectively this series helps students master skills in mathematics, penmanship, reading, writing, and grammar. Each book provides activities that are great for independent work in class, homework assignments, or extra practice to get ahead. Text practice pages are included!