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  • Posted October 27, 2009

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    Wonderful Children's book

    The artwork is beautiful and very characteristic of Elanor's style. This is a great story to read to children and have them read back to you. It is filled with fantastic and detailed illustrations. Every school library should have a copy.

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  • Posted January 22, 2009

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    Reviewed by Jennifer Wardrip aka "The Genius" for Kids @

    Stinky Seymour is a monster who lives in the swamp. The dirty, mucky, smelly, gooey swamp. He lives with his pet toad, Wartbelly, and really loves his pickled onions. <BR/><BR/>What he doesn't love is the town on the other side of the swamp, because towns have - kids! Kids like to eat apples (yuck!) and take baths (double yuck!), and they don't like his dirty, mucky, smelly, gooey swamp. <BR/><BR/>And that's just the way Stinky likes it. <BR/><BR/>But then Nick, a new kid from the town, builds a tree house in Stinky's swamp. Stinky is not about to let this go on, so he hatches a plan that will get the kid out of his swamp. <BR/><BR/>What follows is a fun adventure where Stinky and Nick both learn a thing or two - Stinky about the type of kids who love swamps, and toads, and ghosts, and Nick about making new friends. <BR/><BR/>The Raw Junior books are a wonderful introduction to graphic novels for kids, and STINKY is a great addition to the line. The full-color illustrations fit perfectly with the story, and the text is simple enough for younger readers to read on their own or with a parent. A really fun book!

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