Stinky Spike and the Royal Rescue

Stinky Spike and the Royal Rescue Continuing the Read Bloom line for newly independent readers comes a delightfully funny boy friendly series Can Stinky Spike sniff out a missing royal pup Stinky Spike and Captain Fishbeard are thic

  • Title: Stinky Spike and the Royal Rescue
  • Author: Peter Meisel Paul Meisel
  • ISBN: 9781619638839
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Continuing the Read Bloom line for newly independent readers comes a delightfully funny, boy friendly series .Can Stinky Spike sniff out a missing royal pup Stinky Spike and Captain Fishbeard are thick as thieves and ready for adventure That is, until they re captured When Princess Petunia offers Spike a chance to find her lost puppy and free the Driftwood s crContinuing the Read Bloom line for newly independent readers comes a delightfully funny, boy friendly series .Can Stinky Spike sniff out a missing royal pup Stinky Spike and Captain Fishbeard are thick as thieves and ready for adventure That is, until they re captured When Princess Petunia offers Spike a chance to find her lost puppy and free the Driftwood s crew, Spike is the top dog for the job How hard could it be to find a fluffy royal pooch

    One thought on “Stinky Spike and the Royal Rescue”

    1. This short, simple chapter book is perfect for independent readers who are moving on from beginning readers. The text is large, with wide margins and very short paragraphs or lines of dialogue. Cartoon pencil drawings with digital color are found on every spread. In Spike’s world, humans can understand animals; this makes for an intriguing cast of characters, including pirates, dogs, a monkey and a bear. Readers in grades 2-4 will be entertained by the adventure found in this tale and the humo [...]

    2. Stinky Spike is back again with his pirate cohorts for another adventure, searching for Princess Petunia's lots puppy. Will they find her? What does stinky cheese have to do with the search? Read this great little tale to find out!

    3. Similar to the first one, but that's OK with its intended audience, grades 3 and younger. Loaded with color and a funny/cute story that grades 1 and up will be able to read on their own.

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