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Judy Moody and Friends: Stink Moody in Master of Disaster
     

Judy Moody and Friends: Stink Moody in Master of Disaster

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by Megan McDonald, Erwin Madrid (Illustrator)
 

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Stink takes a star turn—and helps stave off cosmic calamity—in a new Judy Moody & Friends adventure just right for newly independent readers.

Look up! Look out! A comet is coming, a comet is coming! Stink is camped out in the backyard with his sister, Judy, and he can’t wait to lay eyes on P/2015 OZ4, also known as the Sherman-Holm Comet.

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Stink takes a star turn—and helps stave off cosmic calamity—in a new Judy Moody & Friends adventure just right for newly independent readers.

Look up! Look out! A comet is coming, a comet is coming! Stink is camped out in the backyard with his sister, Judy, and he can’t wait to lay eyes on P/2015 OZ4, also known as the Sherman-Holm Comet. But then news of an asteroid hitting Russia reaches Stink, and suddenly he’s feeling squeamish (and squash-ish) about close encounters of the outer-space kind. Will donning an aluminum-foil cape and building a bunker in the basement help keep him safe? Can this fearless Asteroid Boy save Earth from disaster?

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Readers will be drawn to the lush, inviting scenes.
—Booklist Online
Children's Literature - Carrie Hane Hung
In this book’s first chapter, Judy Moody and her brother Stink are camping out in their backyard, waiting for comet P/2015 OZ4, also known as the Sherman-Holm Comet, to appear. During the wait, Stink is occupied with his star maps. Meanwhile, Judy spots the comet as it makes its appearance; however, Stink misses the event. Judy comes up with a plan to save the evening for her younger brother. In the second chapter, Stink learns about asteroids in Science Club and tries to save the family from falling killer asteroids. In the final chapter, Stink receives a star kit. He finds it challenging to select a perfect name to register for his official star. Readers who enjoy the fun between these siblings will probably like reading these adventures. There are color illustrations throughout the book; look for the clever arrangement of stars on the last page. This book is part of the “Judy Moody and Friends” series of early chapter books that target beginning independent readers. Younger children may enjoy having the stories read aloud. Reviewer: Carrie Hane Hung; Ages 6 to 8.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780763672188
Publisher:
Candlewick Press
Publication date:
03/10/2015
Series:
Judy Moody and Friends Series , #5
Pages:
64
Sales rank:
729,286
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)
Lexile:
410L (what's this?)
Age Range:
4 - 6 Years

Meet the Author

Megan McDonald is the author of the popular Judy Moody and Stink series, including four more Judy Moody & Friends titles. She is also the author of two books for beginning readers: Ant and Honey Bee: A Pair of Friends at Halloween and Ant and Honey Bee: A Pair of Friends in Winter. Megan McDonald lives in California.

Erwin Madrid has worked as a visual development artist for the Shrek franchise and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa as well as creating conceptual art for video games. He is also the illustrator of The Scary Places Map Book by B. G. Hennessy, and of the four other Judy Moody & Friends titles. Erwin Madrid lives in California.

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Judy Moody and Friends: Stink Moody in Master of Disaster 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
YoungMensanBookParade More than 1 year ago
This book is about a boy named Stink and his sister Judy. Stink and Judy are stargazing when Judy sees the Sherlock-Holmes comet. Stink doesn't see it because he is messing around with his field guide stuff, but Judy shows him what it looked like using a flashlight in their tent. Then Stink gets scared and starts to think that the sky is falling. This book is funny but I didn't think it was very funny. It is a shorter chapter book and I like longer chapter books, or more serious books. Stink was silly but I liked the Judy character a lot more. She was more confident. This wasn't really my type of book. I think this book is more for boys who like silly books. Most of the book was very easy to read, but there were a few words that were more difficult to sound out. Review by Aubrey L. Age 6 Greater New York Mensa