The Big Stink (Nathan Abercrombie, Accidental Zombie, #4)
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The Big Stink (Nathan Abercrombie, Accidental Zombie #4)

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“I figured, being dead, my life would become a lot simpler. I wouldn’t have to take care of myself or worry about stuff like eating the right food. But dead kids have a whole different bundle of problems.”—Nathan Abercrombie

It’s a stinky situation when Nathan’s school, Belgosi Upper Elementary, develops a mold problem and his class is forced to share space with the first g...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published August 31st 2010 by Starscape (first published 2009)
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Madigan McGillicuddy
Do you love reading about about terrible odors, copious amounts of farting, projectile vomit and belching? Man, have I got the book for you.

The fourth book in Lubar's series catches up with poor Nathan, who's already been a zombie for while. He's been recruited by the Bureau of Useful Misadventures (or BUM, for short) where his professor mentor frequently sends him out on "Mission Impossible" style assignments for the government with the help of his two best friends Abigail and Moogie. After a...more
Similar to the "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" series in attitude and language (zombies! farts! spies! vomit! general silliness!) , but without the crude line drawings that seem to be prevalent these days. My reaction to it is the same though; I know who I'll gladly recommend it to, but I was definitely NOT the target audience.
Camilo finished this on his own, so I didn't read the end. He gave me the spoiler reluctantly on my insistence, but I guess I don't need to tell you. He is anxious to read #2, #3, and #5...
Powerful farts, projectile vomiting, & a half-dead protagonist who just might be starting to rot. Absolutely disgusting, incredibly quirky, & thoroughly enjoyable.
My son and I liked Dead Guy Spy better but this is still decent. I love the Abigail character.
This series is great for all ages.
The sense of humor is just right.
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David Lubar created a sensation with his debut novel, Hidden Talents, an ALA Best Book for Young Adults. Thousands of kids and educators across the country have voted Hidden Talents onto over twenty state lists. David is also the author of True Talents, the sequel to Hidden Talents; Flip, an ALA Best Book for Young Adults and a VOYA Best Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror selection; several short...more
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