Yuck's Slime Monster [NOOK Book]


In ?Yuck?s Slime Monster,? the Prince of Pungency hatches a disgusting plan?if he can?t bring his pet slug to school, he?ll bring a Slime Monster instead! Soon enough, there?s goo and slop everywhere! Can Yuck control the Slime Monster before it takes over his school?

And in ?Yuck?s Gross Party,? Yuck?s sister Polly?prim as a Princess?throws a birthday bash that doesn?t include him. So to get even, he assembles his revolting gang for a gruesome party with gross games galore! ...

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Yuck's Slime Monster

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In “Yuck’s Slime Monster,” the Prince of Pungency hatches a disgusting plan—if he can’t bring his pet slug to school, he’ll bring a Slime Monster instead! Soon enough, there’s goo and slop everywhere! Can Yuck control the Slime Monster before it takes over his school?

And in “Yuck’s Gross Party,” Yuck’s sister Polly—prim as a Princess—throws a birthday bash that doesn’t include him. So to get even, he assembles his revolting gang for a gruesome party with gross games galore! And he and his pals are going to make Polly the most disgusting birthday cake ever!

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Editorial Reviews

School Library Journal
Gr 3–4—Each of these books has two stories. Yuck loves his underpants because they are full of germs and getting more disgusting by the day. He's been wearing them for six weeks while feeding the germs with mold. He is in a constant state of revenge against his sister, Polly Princess, who has attempted to get his garment washed. While Polly helps her mom with cleaning, he undoes her good deeds. In the second story, a friendly but scary-looking spider hitches a ride to school with Yuck. When it lands on Polly's sausage at lunch, she screams and tells Principal Reaper, who holds the spider hostage and punishes Yuck. The hilarity begins when Yuck enlists the help of his Army of Spiders. The nastiness is so over-the-top that eventually the humor catches hold. In the second book, Polly's Glitter Girl magazine is slimy, and Polly is convinced that her brother and his slugs are the culprits. Yuck claims that the Slime Monster did it, and, when she steps on one of his slugs, he vows to get even. Next, Yuck isn't invited to Polly's birthday party because last year he ate too much cake and threw up on her presents. While his sister and her friends are playing civilized games downstairs, Yuck decides to have a very different party upstairs with his friends. Both books are filled with humorous illustrations that mirror the repulsive fun. Children who love all things gross might find these books entertaining, but Francesca Simon's "Horrid Henry" books (Sourcebooks) are cleverer, classier, and funnier tales of sibling spitefulness.—Diane McCabe, John Muir Elementary, Santa Monica, CA
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781442451735
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books
  • Publication date: 5/1/2012
  • Series: YUCK
  • Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 112
  • Age range: 7 - 10 Years
  • File size: 17 MB
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Meet the Author

Matthew Morgan and David Sinden co-developed and wrote the Yuck stories. They’re lifelong friends who met at school sports day in elementary school and grew up in Kent, England. Matt and Dave both worked in children’s publishing before turning to fulltime writing, and they also write the An Awfully Beastly Business series.

Nigel Baines is an experienced book designer who has worked for various trade publishing houses. He is a keen walker and would like to spend half the year living on top of the Andes. His other great loves are Grantham Town Football Club and any kind of travel.

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“Yuck, look what you’ve done!”

Polly Princess stood in Yuck’s bedroom doorway clutching her Glitter Girl magazine. The pages were sticky and sloppy and covered in slime.

“It wasn’t me,” Yuck said. “I didn’t touch your silly magazine.” He was lying on his bed reading Oink. He turned the page. . . .

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2013


    This book is nasty but its funny and u shoud try reading it and its really awesome and coolllll !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2012


    Me and my friend are having a slime making contest againstsome boys and this was PERFECT to get som ideas running

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