Alex Sparrow and the Really Big Stink

£6.99

By Jennifer Killick | Published May 2017

First in the hilarious Alex Sparrow series 

Alex Sparrow is a super-agent in training. He is also a human lie-detector. Working with Jess, who can communicate with animals, they must find out why their friends – and enemies – are all changing into polite and well-behaved pupils. And exactly who is behind it all.

Alex Sparrow and the Really Big Stink is a funny, mid-grade novel full of farts, jokes and superhero references. Oh, and a rather clever goldfish called Bob. In a world where kids’ flaws and peculiarities are being erased out of existence, Alex and Jess must rely on what makes them different to save the day.

Read Alex Sparrow and the Furry Fury and Alex Sparrow and the Zumbie Apocalypse.

Praise for the book

Selected for the Summer Reading Challenge 2017 | Longlisted for the Shrewsbury Big Book Award 2018

‘A brilliantly bonkers, side-splitting, superhero story.’ M.G. Leonard

‘Stuffed full of humour, mystery and the unexpected, this hilarious adventure is a laugh-out-loud extravaganza of a read.’ Booklover Jo

‘Had me in giggles the whole way through.’ Hellopipski’s Blog

‘An irresistible combination of humour and heart.’ Big Book Project

‘A very funny story full of suspenseful moments.’ Primary Times

‘This is a hilarious, exciting, fun read, and it is filled to the brim with great characters. Alex is confident, smart and completely unself-aware, while Jess is straight-talking, unique and incredibly brave. There are laugh-out-loud moments throughout the book, which make you hope this is only the beginning of a fantastic new series.’ BookTrust

‘Laugh your socks off with this brilliantly funny fantasy adventure from a debut author whose passions are writing and running.’ Lovereading4kids

1 review for Alex Sparrow and the Really Big Stink

  1. Leonie Lock

    An absolutely hilarious story that had me laughing hysterically on the bus. Full of fantastic characters this book will have you rolling around with laughter. I’m looking forward to reading Crater Lake by the same author next!

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