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3.88 of 5 stars 3.88  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Meet Mr. Mosquito, drawn from a Gypsy story. He's cantankerous and nasty enough to raise belly laughs along with the eyebrows of the polite. In a story inspired by Australian bush tales, we meet Ella and Bella, two hilarious (and flatulent) sisters. Angelina's earthy wit is memorialized in a story from Swahili tradition.

The eight stories in Rude Stories have roots from Jap
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Hardcover, 88 pages
Published October 12th 2010 by Tundra Books
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Wesley Heuschkel
The book Rude Stories is rated 4 of 5 because its funny. The theme is for entertainment because they are filled with fake stories that could never happen. In story 1 a mosquito gets chicken wings, tail, and hands. Story 6 is about a fan that can make your bum bigger/smaller.
Heather
The theme is quite clever and should draw readers. In addition, the stories are very well told and entertaining. After reading the book, I immediately put the author's and illustrator's other compilation on hold. This one is highly recommended.
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Jan Andrews lives down the end of a road on a lake and has a passion for the Canadian wilderness. As a storyteller, she has a particular love for the traditional folk and fairy tales. She has read from the world’s great epics and, during summer weekends, has organized complete retellings of both The Iliad and The Odyssey. Her writing comes out of a conviction that young people can find, within the ...more
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