Stink: Solar System Superhero
When Stink learns that Pluto has flunked out of the Milky Way for being too shrimpy, he feels like he might just explode with a Big Bang. Stink has no choice but to take a stand for the sake of little planets (and little people) everywhere. Will he be smart enough to defeat a panel of big-shot scientists? Will he be strong enough to beat know-it-all Riley Rottenberger and her "Team KPB"? Will he succeed in rescuing Pluto from a fate worse than being swallowed by a black hole? Start the countdown for a funny (and very informative) out-of-this-world adventure--and prepare to have your universe rocked!
Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards.
Chapter Books is an imprint of Spotlight, a division of ABDO.
|Interest Level||Grade 1 - Grade 5|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|BISACS||JUV033070, JUV019000, JUV013070, JUV036000|
|Genre||Chapter Books, Fiction|
|Subject||Action & Adventure|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Reading Counts! Level||3.1|
|Reading Counts! Quiz||49559|
|Reading Counts! Points||4.0|
|Title Format||Reinforced Library Bound Hardcovers|
|Dimensions||5.5 x 7.5|
|Guided Reading Level||N|
|ATOS Reading Level||3.4|
|ATOS Interest Level||LG|
|Accelerated Reader® Quiz||136567|
|Accelerated Reader® Points||1.0|
Stink - Library Media Connection
The text will challenge, without taxing, beginning readers and provide struggling readers with the chance to be successful. Young readers will get a kick out of Stink and his adventures, whether they read them independently or hear the stories read aloud. Recommended.
Stink: Solar System Superhero (Stink) - 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.
Stink - School Library Journal
McDonald uses simple, expressive language to keep the story rolling. Stink is a fun, easy-to-love character with an authentic child voice. The action takes off from the very first chapter and is well sustained throughout. Fans of the earlier books, as well as the “Judy Moody” series, will not be disappointed.