Stink: The Ultimate Thumb-Wrestling Smackdown

Stink The Ultimate Thumb Wrestling Smackdown Stink needs a sport fast Can his alter ego Shark Hammersmash wrestle a win at thumb wars Or will a perfect karate kick lead him to victory Stink Moody family brain brings home a report card that

  • Title: Stink: The Ultimate Thumb-Wrestling Smackdown
  • Author: Megan McDonald
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Stink needs a sport, fast Can his alter ego, Shark Hammersmash, wrestle a win at thumb wars Or will a perfect karate kick lead him to victory Stink Moody, family brain, brings home a report card that isn t perfect Yikes Time for him to get into fighting shape and beat back that U for Unsatisfactory in gym A scan of the sports channel leads to a knock out find world cStink needs a sport, fast Can his alter ego, Shark Hammersmash, wrestle a win at thumb wars Or will a perfect karate kick lead him to victory Stink Moody, family brain, brings home a report card that isn t perfect Yikes Time for him to get into fighting shape and beat back that U for Unsatisfactory in gym A scan of the sports channel leads to a knock out find world class thumb wrestling, with tricky moves like Snake in the Grass and Santa s Little Helper no equipment needed, save for a tiny terrifying mask to sit on your thumb But when Mom and Dad are not wowed, Stink gets another idea he ll kick and punch his way to a yellow belt with the help of a Dragon Master, a seeing eye Moose, and a mind as still as a pond Can you say Crouching Tiger, Hidden Thumb Hee ya Ha Ha Ha

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    1. Not really sure why I read this book but I did. The book is a children's book so it's a really easy read. The book isn't very interesting, and its story line is very bad. Then again the book is meant for five years olds so I guess ask them how they felt about it.

    2. Reason for Reading: Next in the series. (not that I'm reading them in order :-)Report Card Day and Stink is so excited. He just knows his will be full of O's for Outstanding, especially after peeking at it through the light of the school bus window. So he basks in the glow of his parents as they open it up and congratulate him on his good marks but slowly their smiles start to turn around into U's. U?? What is a U doing on Stink's report card? What subject? Phys Ed? Whose Ed? otherwise known as [...]

    3. Stink, brother to the oh so famous Judy Moody, is super excited about his upcoming report card and can't wait until his parents get home so he can open it. All seems well until his parents smile gets turned upside down when they noticed his grade for gym class. Adhering to his families advice, Stink proceeds to find a sport that suits him, so of course thumb wrestling is his obvious choice. Thumb wrestling begins to take over his life and Stink is thumb wrestling every chance he gets which ultim [...]

    4. A boy named stink discovered thumb-wrestling and created a tournament.My brother showed me another stink book and recommended this to me.The book was entertaining to me and it was those dumb funny books.I would recommend this to people that are in grade 4.

    5. I think that this book is a good book.And i will recurmend this book who is funny.It about a kid who want to choose a sport but its hard for him to choose

    6. I didn't love this, but it is hard to find a book that engages all 4 of my kids. Jane (6) could understand everything in this booknce it's written for her age. Yet all of my older boys, who have mostly all read this before, were able to enjoy a good listen in the car to it. The voices had my kids laughing and I even giggled a few times myself. I think boys like Stink more than girls, so it's great for K-2nd grade boys, I think.

    7. Stink and the Ultimate Thumb-Wrestling Smackdown is a really good novel recommended for ages 7 to 12.(That is what I feel)I am a 11 year old boy and the story of the book is somewhat like this: Stink Moody gets really good grades in everything but a bad grade in Phys Ed, his parents tell him to start working on sportsHe watches many things on T.V like badminton, softball etc but when he sees thumb wrestling, he is a fan of it. He thumb-wrestles his two best friends Webster and Sophie many times [...]

    8. Stink is back in a new adventure. This time Stink has gotten his report card and he did well in all classes except one. Stink fails P.E. and has to find a sport he is good at in order to get his grade up. He decides to take up thumb-wrestling, but soon learns he is better at karate. The cute cartoon-style drawings really help move the story along and I think the story is an endearing one.This is a great series for elementary school and would be good for really low level middle schoolers, but the [...]

    9. Stink Moody had been so excited to share his report card with his parents. Even though his grades were mostly O's for Outstanding, his happiness faded away after seeing the U. U stands for un-satisfactory. Stink Moody received a U in P.E. What should his parents expect? Stink has little legs making all sports a challenge. Stinks parents feel that he should sign up for an after school sport so he can get practice. After many hours of watching the sports channel, Stink finds his calling in the ext [...]

    10. I like this book and I would recommend it to my cousin because he acts like him.Stink Moody is excited about her grade and he gets a bad grade on his report card and he has to do better and he has to join another class to get the points back that he got bad. And he has to take an extra class to get one more A he needs to get good report cards. He decides the only good thing that's a sport to get his grades better is thump wrestling and every body wants to battle him and every body loses and then [...]

    11. Stink can't believe it when he sees a U on his report card, and neither can his parents. Phys Ed. just isn't Stinks' strong point, so his parents have him pick a sport thinking maybe that will help. First Stink decides on thumb wrestling, then picks up karate. Another solid addition to the world of Judy and Stink.Series Review | TpT Store | Pinterest

    12. Stink anticipates all good grades on his report card but finds out he phys ed performance is lacking. Stink gets interesting in Thumb-Wrestling as a sport and takes up Karate too. Illustrator Peter Reynolds shares some comic book Thumb-Wrestling stories, kids learn how to create their own Thumb Wrestling mask. Megan McDonald makes reading fun and shows children learning and practicing new skills. Check out Stink books at the Library-bit/1SEPXLJ

    13. My son really liked this book, probably because he could read it on his own, and because of Peter Reynolds' illustrations. He probably also liked it because he could relate to Stink in a few ways: 1) He is in Second Grade; 2) He is studying Tae Kwon Do; 3) He reads to dogs at the library; and 4) He has a lava lamp in his room. These may not seem like connecting details to adults, but, apparently, if you are eight, they are.

    14. Stink Moody (Judy Moody's brother) has his own book series.Stink is expecting a perfect school report, but when he gets an unsatisfactory in PE his parents tell him he has to choose a sport. After considering lots of options Stink sees thumb wrestling on tv and has a go. It's got to be easy, right? Not so. But Stink is not going to give up!A light, easy, funny story.

    15. This is book 16th of the 23 books in this series that I have read. I can honestly say it was my loss that I did not discover them sooner. They are amazing reads and wonderful stories for the family and for the young and young-at-heart.Read the rest of the review and with links to other reviews by the authors on my blog Book Reviews and More.

    16. Stink’s P.E. grade stunk and now Mom and Dad are making him take up a sport. And take it up he does—as only Stink can do!Full of fun characters, laugh-out-loud humor, action, lyrical repetition and rhyme AND graphic novel type illustrations, Megan McDonald has written another chapter book that’s sure to please parents and early readers alike.

    17. There are many books from the Stink series. Not my favorite books but my 10 and 7 year old boys love when I read them, as well as when my 10 year old reads them on his own. This book is a second grade level, with lots of white space on each page. Stink is told he needs to participate in a sport. What better then thumb wrestling.

    18. Warning: this book will produce a bad case of the giggles. Your 7 year old boy will be the typical 7 year old boy and the phrase " ballerina butt boy" will continue to produce giggles for days after finishing this book! :)

    19. I like this book because the boy, Stink, has a determination on thumb-wrestling and it made me laugh when his friend, (I forgot his name), told him that there was a thumb-wrestling tournament in the Olympics.

    20. I read it aloud to my three grandkids. It's was fun and my oldest granddaughter create a book club and this is there first book recorded in there notebook. They're easy to read and understand. Great book!

    21. stink moody THIKS he did great at school but when he goes home he finds out he flunked gym! Mom says he has to find a sport to play. stink saw a commercial about thumb-wrestling, and thats what he picks. when Mom finds out, she says no. so stink picks karate.

    22. I love Stink! This is another winner for the Guy Grabs shelf. Extremely entertaining what with the seriously funny trash talk during the thumb wars and the great character resolution Stink gets from being good at karate!

    23. I especially liked the chapter entitled "Yellow Belt Yeti," but I did enjoy the entire book. This author is an excellent writer of children's fiction (written at about my age of reading comprehension).

    24. I liked the karate part because I learned all these cool stances. Stink and his best friend thumb wrestle. His best friend wins a lot of times but at the end, Stink wins. He did a karate move with his thumb.

    25. Mostly it was about this boy called stink who saw a comic thing on tv just as he was about to give up on sports and it was called thumb wrestling and he quit that to be a karate person and got the orange belt. In thumb wrestling you had to get your thumb on the other thumb for three seconds.

    26. Jesse really seemed to like this one, but I thought it was only ok. We did do a lot of thumb wrestling since we started reading it, so that was fun.

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