Adventures in Smelly Places: Packed Full of Activities and Over 250 Stickers (Lonely Planet Kids)

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My favorite smell in Indonesia is the corpse flower. (Flies probably pollinate it.) You can color shadow puppets. (Some of them are holding their noses.) I liked to learn how the seals have to fight for their space on Seal Island in South Africa. (I found the mouse with the stinky cheese. He is on the sticker pictures. Finding him is fun.) The dolphins and the seals are cute. I especially like the seal that says, “You missed me.” I like the stickers that are going to be added. New Zealand is muddy and smells like rotten eggs in one place. Costa Rica smells good, because of vanilla. Bat poop is stinky in Texas. Morocco smells bad like cow pee and pigeon poo, because they use it to make leather. Scotland has smokies, burned fish. (I like the cute sheep in hats.) Malaysia has a fruit that smells like rotting onions. My favorite place was Seal Island. The activities are not very creative, because the people in this book are very bossy. (“You need to color this horse black. Color this horse white.”) Most of the activities are the same. I learned a medium amount. I think the stickers are more fun than the rest of the book.

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Author Lonely Planet Kids
Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 48 pages
Publisher Lonely Planet
Publish Date 01-Apr-2015
ISBN 9781743607817
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Issue April 2015
Category Tweens


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