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Stink Moody is at it again. He has money to spend and to the candy store he goes. He buys a giant Jawbreaker, and spends a long time finishing it all the way down. But he is disappointed it did not live up to his expectations so he writes the candy company a letter. And to his surprise they send him a giant box of candy, jawbreakers, gum and more. So he starts writing letters to all kinds of places like a chocolate bar company, the city works and more, and soon the free stuff starts piling in. But what is a boy in grade 2 supposed to do with all this stuff? Stink is so excited about his boxes of free stuff that he slips an envelope to the bottom of the pile where it gets lost in all his excitement.

The chapters are:
Kid in a Candy Store
Finger-Lickin' Good
A Leopard Can't Change Its Spots
When It Rains, It Pours
Don't Let the Bedbugs Bite
Mad As a Hornet
Double Trouble
Feel Like a Heel
A Leopard Can Change Its Spots

Sometimes what we do, or even what we do not do, can cause real consequences in our lives, our families and with our friendships. Stink realizes he has made a giant mistake and with the help of his dad and teacher hopes to be able to make things right. Read this great Stink adventure to find out if he can. This is another amazing book by Megan McDonald and Peter H Reynolds. Well worth reading!
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on 26 February 2010
Stink and the incredible super galactic jawbreaker is written by the extrodinary Megan Mc Donald.

This is about a boy called stink,who buys a giant jawbreaker and he sucks and sucks
intil oneday it dissapears,it is allmost like magic. Now he is adicted to sweets.

It is intresting when Judy Moody sits in the cupboard trying to make Stinks pyjamas
glow. It is not so good because there isnt muchspeech telling me about what is happening from the author.It is funny when Stink complains to companies to get more
sweets.

I think that y2s up to y6s would enjoy this book.I would give this book 7\10
because sometimes it gets a bit boring.
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on 4 September 2013
I love all the cool sweet names and descriptions. Megan is good at getting into the characters bodies/shoes and becoming them. I'd love to try all these sweets!
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