Good Crooks Book Three: Sniff a Skunk!

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The story is about a skunk, Stinkball, who can’t spray. A squirrel throws nuts at her. Jillian and Billy teach Stinkball how to spray. (I think skunks know how to spray by instinct.) They show arm muscles, run, dance, do ninja moves, and fart (actually that was Billy). They make up a song. (Listen to the computer to hear it. “Doing it Stinky Style” sounds different than I imagined it. You can listen to it on the author’s website. I like the song. The dance moves are so-so.) Meanwhile, Jillian and Billy’s parents are taking a nap. They sleep during the day, so they can rob at night. Gillian and Billy like to do good deeds. They don’t think the Crooks are their real parents. Their parents want to rob the hospital gift shop. Will Stinkball and the kids stop them? Read the book to find out. (I think Billy’s farts might stop them.) The pictures are good. They are like comic book drawings. My favorite part is when Billy falls on his fake butt. (They wear bad disguises to do good deeds.) The game in the back of the book is good. I can read this book myself.

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Author Mary Amato, Ward Jenkins, Illustrator
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 128 pages
Publisher EgmontUSA
Publish Date 21-Apr-2015
ISBN 9781606845998
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Issue June 2015
Category Tweens


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