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Stink and the Midnight Zombie Walk [Kindle Edition]

Megan McDonald , Peter H. Reynolds
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Reading is UNdead - and everyone has zombies on the brain - as Stink's school and a local bookstore cook up a frightfully fun Main Street event.


Editorial Reviews

From Booklist

Astrophysics facts combine with everyday second-grade school experiences in this lively chapter book in the Stink series. Shocked to hear the scientific fact that Pluto has been declared too small to be a planet, Stink stands up to both grown-up scientists and other kids when he starts a campaign to let Pluto back into the solar system. He even makes bumper stickers that read “Honk if you love Pluto.” The funny words (“double freaky-deaky”) and silly scenarios, illustrated in Reynolds’ wry, informative black-and-white drawings, make for a fast read about the triumph of the little guy and the wonders of the universe. Grades 2-4. --Hazel Rochman

Review

An all-zombie-all-the-time zombiefest, featuring a bunch of grade-school kids, including protagonist Stink and his happy comrades... McDonald's feel-good tone is deeply encouraging for readers to get up and do this for themselves because it looks like so much darned fun.
--Kirkus Reviews

Gross, creepy, and hilarious, the latest simple chapter book about the young, mischievous grade-schooler Stink has even parents, teachers, and other grown-ups joining in the nonsense as they all celebrate the joy of reading... Kids will love the gruesome wordplay, and the digital artwork extends the uproar with spooky shadows like giant cobwebs and body parts, while zombies in school uniforms lurch down Main Street. Perfect for Halloween, this will make fun reading all year round.
--Booklist

Product Details

  • File Size: 6855 KB
  • Print Length: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Candlewick; Reprint edition (March 13, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007A2ADT4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,936 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Pure fun. May 29, 2012
Format:Hardcover
Stink's school is working hard to reach one million reading minutes --- and what better way to contribute to that total than reading the latest Nightmare on Zombie Street book? Stink and Webster are thrilled about the upcoming book release party for Creature with the Cootie Brain. They love the series that makes them laugh and also shudder in fear. There is just one tiny problem --- you have to be able to buy the book to attend the Midnight Zombie Walk at the bookstore, and the boys do not have $12.99 each.

Luckily, Stink has a plan. He and Webster will have a fantastic yard sale. They'll get plenty of money for their old toys, like the action figures they no longer enjoy. But Stink over-estimates their ability to discard their belongings. Each of them has only a few measly toys for the sale. That's when Stink comes up with a Plan B to earn money. His plan lives up to his name --- they concoct "smell cups," loaded with pleasant odors such as peppermint, cinnamon, gum, dirt, dish soap, and pinecones. Each customer is to pay 50 cents a sniff. The plan seems like a winner, but there are no customers. All passersby decline the offer, and one boy even says he can smell things at home without paying a penny.

A discouraged Webster is ready to throw in the towel, but Stink comes up with another creative brainstorm. He decides to turn their little business into a "Smellatorium." After all, who could resist taking a whiff of Zombie Toe Jam or Zombie B.O.? Well, things don't go exactly as Stink predicts, but the boys do manage to rake in four dollars, a cough drop, and a purple paper clip.

Back at school, the students are anticipating the costumes they will wear to the Midnight Zombie Walk. There is exciting news from Ms.
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5.0 out of 5 stars so that's good enough for me July 5, 2014
Format:Paperback
My 10yo loves these books, so that's good enough for me! Thanks Ms. McDonald!
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2.0 out of 5 stars zombies for dumbing down May 12, 2014
By Shasta
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Most kids are probably desensitized to all the zombie grossness, but my son isn't. He only got halfway through. I think all the zombie obsession is not doing much for kids and the rest of us in general anyway.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Stink and the zombie walk April 29, 2014
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Great book
It was funny and kids will love it esspecially if they are into zombies(:i loved this book...alot alot
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bought for our school library March 22, 2014
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The librarian at our school was very excited to get these books, so are the children. Just waiting for them to be processed so they can read them.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Stink and the midnight zombie walk February 16, 2014
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It is a good book for kids about 6 or 7 years old. My opinion
is that the book is okay
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5.0 out of 5 stars LOVe December 30, 2013
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Love these Stink series. Great book for young readers AND for readers with learning disabilities. Bought a few of these books for my son who has Dyslexia and he enjoys them
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3.0 out of 5 stars Funny, BUT... December 11, 2013
Format:Paperback
The Stink books are enjoyable (they definitely have their boy-appeal, an important thing these days), but nowhere near as much fun, to my mind, as the Judy Moody Series by the same author. Like a lot of spin-offs, the premise just isn't as fresh, though there's more than a few laughs to be found here.
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More About the Author

10 THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT ME

10. The first book I ever wrote was about a hermit crab, inspired by a pet I once owned.

9. My favorite color is purple.

8. I love to read mysteries. When I was Judy's age, I read all 56 classic Nancy Drew books . . . in order! Jeepers!

7. I used to collect scabs so I could examine them under the microscope that I got for my 8th birthday.

6. My four sisters and I often made up our own language, which included the words "Hoidi Boidi", "oogey", "retzel crummypuss" and "poony-poony".

5. My favorite TV show is JEOPARDY!

4. To research my Sisters Club book, THE RULE OF THREE, I toured San Francisco in search of the ultimate cupcake. The winner: Sleepless in San Francisco. Think chocolate + coffee.

3. When I was a kid, I fell down a hill from chasing the ice-cream truck and had to get stitches.

2. When I was a librarian, I used to tell stories in sign language. That's how I got the expression "same-same" for Judy.

1. I share a birthday (February 28) with a famous princess, race car driver and gangster, a Rolling Stone, a French tightrope walker, and a winning racehorse named Smarty Jones.

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