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Yuck's Slime Monster

3.41 of 5 stars 3.41  ·  rating details  ·  22 ratings  ·  6 reviews
In 'Yuck's Slime Monster', when Yuck is punished for bringing a slug to school, he decides to get his own back. In 'Yuck's Gross Party', Yuck's sister Polly is having a birthday party and Yuck isn't invited. Rather than miss out on the fun, Yuck decides to have his own party.
Paperback, 111 pages
Published 2007 by Simon & Schuster
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Jax Holt
Yuck's Slime Monster is by author duo, Matt and Dave. In the book contains two stories, Yuck's Slime Monster and Yuck's Gross Party.

Yuck's Slime Monster:
Yuck's sister, Polly, squashes one of his slugs so Yuck fetches it to school to take care of it. His teacher, the Dragon catches him with his slug and punishes him for having the slug at school and Yuck has to watch over Cuddly Corner for the next week. While at Cuddly Corner he has an idea. A great idea. He's going to make his own slime machine
Well, I got to page 22 when I decided I had far better, more interesting, and fun things to read and decided not to waste any more of my precious time. I'm sure there is a readership for this sort of book (young boys who are into comics and gross anything) but if I choose not to finish a book for whatever reason I rate it a 1 star. Didn't hold me past Hero and Hammie creating a bucket full of slime over night...
Jeff Raymond
I'll say this much - it takes some effort to make Captain Underpants look highbrow, but there you have it. Yuck is, well, grosser than gross. He's dirty, he plays with slugs and eats worms, he has underwear that is so dirty it becomes sentient...

I don't know. I love Captain Underpants. I really enjoyed The Day My Butt Went Psycho. This just seems like it's gross for gross's sake, and maybe I'm becoming too much of an old man these days, but this really didn't work for me.
Shanshad Whelan
While I pride myself on being open minded as a children's librarian, I found this book repellent from the get go and just couldn't enjoy it. Gross for sake of grossness to be honest. Had no liking for any of the characters. Still young readers that love icky stuff and snicker at bathroom style humor may like it or even love it. Not me.
Gross, potty humor, disgusting drawings, perfect for your 1-3 grade readers wanting gross, totally silly, obnoxious easy chapter books. Grosser and more base then Capt. Underpants.
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Matthew Morgan (Matt) and David Sinden (Dave) co-developed and wrote the YUCK stories. They're lifelong friends who met at a primary school sports day and grew up in Kent. Matt and Dave both worked in children's publishing before turning to fulltime writing. They also write AN AWFULLY BEASTLY BUSINESS series with their friend Guy MacDonald.
More about Matt and Dave...
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