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Eating your garbage and loving every stinky second of itAnd you thought nighttime was just for sleepin. Super fun toddler enjoys a lot especially the burp page

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I Stink author Kate McMullan

TWith ten wide tires one really big appetite and an even bigger smell this truck's got it all His job. So books about garbage trucks can apparently be rather region centric Because the garbage truck narrator not only has workers on board who toss in loose plastic bags of trash that are lying in piles on the ground instead of in trash bins but also does all its pickups at night when people are asleep How many places does trash get picked up only after dark Add the garbage barge and it s a fascinating look at how trash pickup happens in New York City but one that also seems oddly unaware that it s in a specific and not generic setting Though for adults who know what to look for the illustrations make this clear

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Know what I do at night while you're asleep Eat your trash that's what See those bags I smell breakfas. I don t actually like this book but my one and a half year old son does A lot Trash is one of his favorite words now I think the text is really annoying and tries too hard I m totally dual op the truck says at one point Also there s a lot thrown away that could be composted or recycled I m a nerd like that But like I said my son loves this book We got it out of the library and I think he s going to need a grief counselor when we have to return it especially since tonight he started licking a page that features nothing but trash bags being hurled into the air Very disturbing but cute


10 thoughts on “I Stink author Kate McMullan

  1. says:

    A great story that teaches children all about the wonderful world of garbage collection The story discusses garbage pick up consumption and e

  2. says:

    When you are compelled to read a book over and over and over and over and over again you become acutely aware of

  3. says:

    I don't actually like this book but my one and a half year old son does A lot Trash is one of his favorite words now I think the text is really annoying and tries too hard I'm totally dual op the truck says at one point Also there's a lot thrown away that could be composted or recycled I'm a nerd like that But like I said

  4. says:

    Rating this based on my son's love of this book It was his favorite for about 1 year when he was 2 We read it several times a day a

  5. says:

    Reads like it should rhyme but it doesn'tOther than that? A pitch perfect children's book Fun illustrations and a fun story that has a little alphabet learning and a little bit about municipal waste management and how stin

  6. says:

    So books about garbage trucks can apparently be rather region centric Because the garbage truck narrator not only has workers on board who toss in loose plastic bags of trash that are lying in piles on the ground instead of in trash bins but also does all its pickups at night when people are asleep How many places does trash get picked up only after dark? Add the garbage barge and it's a fascinating look at how trash pickup happens in New

  7. says:

    my nephew just turned three and got this book for Christmas We read it together and both of us were giggly throughout the whole book It is a clever hilarious read that any gross lovin' kiddo will treasure

  8. says:

    This is a fun book about a garbage truck it explains how it might smell but we would be living in garbage if he didn't pick it up

  9. says:

    Super fun toddler enjoys a lot especially the burp page

  10. says:

    Love this book Full of slimy gross things to perk my sons attention and the alphabet

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