The Dreadful Fluff by Aaron BlabeyThe Dreadful Fluff by Aaron Blabey

The Dreadful Fluff

byAaron Blabey

Paperback | November 1, 2017

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Serenity Strainer was perfect. But then she discovered something perfectly awful. "Belly button fluff!? That can't possibly be mine!" she said. But it was. And guess what? It was evil.
Aaron Blabey has won a CBCA Book of the Year and an AFI Award, and his book The Ghost of Miss Annabel Spoon won the Patricia Wrightson Award in the 2013 NSW Premier's Literary Awards and a Children's Peace Literature Award. Aaron has been included on the Smithsonian Institute's Notable Book List and was a National Literacy Ambassador i...
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Title:The Dreadful FluffFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 11 × 9.25 × 0.1 inPublished:November 1, 2017Publisher:Penguin Random House AustraliaLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0143507001

ISBN - 13:9780143507000

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from The Dreadful Fluff by Aaron Blabey Further to my attempt to increase my knowledge of children's picture books with quality stories and brilliant illustrations I have continued with my reading of Aaron Blabey picture story books.The Dreadful Fluff is everything a child could want in a story. It is the first story in the world ever written about evil belly button fluff. This belly button fluff is so evil but it nose instantly how to make itself grow and become invincible, but not everyone is invincible, in fact very few people are and so like every good children's storybook must end, the evil belly button fluff is defeated and becomes only the beginning of an evil bodily fluid and fluff defeat collection. Life isn't perfect, I think that's what the moral of this story is and like all of his other stories this one is not short of morals and constructive messages for children. Perhaps not one that I would recommend instantly but definitely recommended reading if you like his stories and are looking for something that is slightly out of the ordinary and perhaps a good addition to the collection of a girl who likes to read gross stories.
Date published: 2018-02-28

Editorial Reviews

“Blabey’s expressive cartoons bring a horror-movie vibe to a story that’s best suited to children looking for a good scare and lots of gross-out humor.” —Publishers Weekly