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Reviewed by Ann Linus for Readers' Favorite
There are different animals in the forest, but some are more different than others; this summarizes Stinky’s situation in Stinky Super Skunk by Serena Lane Ferrari. Stinky was a young skunk who had not learned to control his spraying, so he sprayed smelly poofs whenever and wherever. He did stinky poofs when he walked, ate, or tried to play with the squirrels. He even did a stinky poof in the stream! One day, the other animals decided that they had had enough, and all the animals agreed to send Stinky away from the forest; he was too different for them to handle. Poor Stinky was sad, but he never went far from the forest. Not long after his exile, Stinky hears screams from the forest. The other animals are in trouble. Will he return to help them?
This book is remarkable because of the messages it portrays, which are the beauty in individual differences and the need for self-control. I like that the main character in this narrative is a rare and unique animal, a skunk. I also love the colorful drawings that illustrated the story and the coloring pages at the end of the book, which I think young readers will find engaging. Another plus to this book is that I found zero errors while reading. Stinky Super Skunk by Serena Lane Ferrari is a simple read that would be better suited for younger children, although they may need clarification with certain words. This is a perfect book in all respects.