Stink, Book 5: Solar System Superhero

Stink, Book 5: Solar System Superhero

Honk if you love Pluto!In the latest offering from Megan McDonald’s Stink series, Stink Moody and his friends take a stand in the name of science.When Stink finds out that Pluto is too small and shrimpy to be considered a planet anymore, he, kind of a shrimpy kid himself, can’t believe how unfair those scientists are.How can they possibly kick Pluto out after all these years?Challenging the facts and their know-it-all classmate rotten Riley Rottenberger, Stink and company stage playground protests and write their own play, concluding with a classroom debate that pits acceptance against science.Peter H. Reynolds’s illustrations are whimsical and eye catching, and Stink proves to be a winning and funny character.Each chapter is peppered with fun facts about the different planets that make up our solar system, including the very contemporary discovery that Pluto is actually a dwarf planet.Stink makes science fun and exciting for young readers.119 pages. Ages 8-11

Recommended by Molly Crumbley, Librarian

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