Nasty, Stinky Sneakers by Eve BuntingNasty, Stinky Sneakers by Eve Bunting

Nasty, Stinky Sneakers

byEve Bunting

Paperback | April 15, 1995

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Where are the world's stinkiest sneakers?

Colin has spent weeks perfecting his sneaker odor for the Stinkiest Sneakers in the World contest. If he wins, he'll get three brand-new pairs of Slam Dunkers sneakers: one for himself, one for his little sister, Amy, and one for his best pal, Webster.
But now, after weeks of working toward stinky perfection -- not washing his feet, wearing no socks, jogging to get his feet juicy, and even sleeping with his sneakers on -- the nasty, stinky sneakers are missing!

Eve Bunting was born in Ireland and came to California with her husband and three children. She is one of the most acclaimed and versatile children's book authors, with more than two hundred novels and picture books to her credit. Among her honors are many state awards, the Kerlan Award, the Golden Kite Award, the Regina Medal, the Mys...
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Title:Nasty, Stinky SneakersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 7.62 × 5.12 × 0.22 inPublished:April 15, 1995Publisher:HarperCollins

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0064405079

ISBN - 13:9780064405072

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from So Totally Cool!!! Talk about stinky sneakers.My favorite part is when they lost Shrikes brothers abombanations!So they had to search a garbag truck.I recomend this book to anybody who likes good humor and has really bad sneakers.
Date published: 2001-04-10

From Our Editors

Ten-year-old Colin's sneakers smell really bad--but are they nasty enough to win the World's Stinkiest Sneakers title? Colin and his best friend have spent weeks working toward stinky perfection--not washing his feet, wearing no socks, jogging to get his feet juicy, and sleeping with his sneakers on--but now the sneakers are missing.

Editorial Reviews

"[This] has a lot going for it: an unusually perceptive portrayal of kids on the brink of teen-age concerns; narrator Vicki, who understands herself pretty well even amid unexpected complications; the charming logic of the sugar-baby project. Thoughtful, well-crafted, and sure to be popular." (The Kirkus Reviews)