A laugh-out-loud diary-style story written and illustrated by the bestselling author of the Land of Roar. Perfect for fans of Loki and Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
We all know fairies. They’re sweet and sparkly and lovely. Right?
WRONG! Meet Stink. Stink is the rudest, naughtiest fairy there’s ever been. Instead of sparkles, Stink makes mess. Instead of being kind, Stink plays pranks. She also eats woodlice and rides on rats.
From the moment Stink flies out of the fairy door and attaches herself to his hair, Danny knows that Stink is trouble. She needs his help to do a good deed and win her silver wings – and Danny will do anything to get Stink to go back to fairyland. But can Stink ever be good?
A laugh out loud adventure featuring the world’s worst fairy, multiple multi-coloured foxes and loads of troll poo.
Jenny McLachlan is the author of the bestselling Land of Roar series and Dead Good Detectives series, as well as several acclaimed teen novels. Before Jenny became a writer, she was Head of English in a secondary school; she now loves visiting schools as an author and delivering funny and inspiring talks and workshops.When Jenny isn’t thinking about stories or writing stories, she enjoys living by the seaside, cycling and running over the South Downs.
”'A brilliant laugh-out-loud tale of magic spells and naughty fairies!” - Joseph Coelho, Waterstones Children’s Laureate
‘I LOVED this. I was hooked by the hilarious voice from the opening page, and cry-laughed more than once. Utterly brilliant.’Joanna Nadin, bestselling author of The Worst Class in the World series. -
‘So funny, so much fun! I loved it.’Sam Copeland, bestselling author. -
‘It’s brilliant! If I didn’t love STINK as much as I do, I’d be very jealous. But it’s brilliant!’Maz Evans, bestselling author of Who Let the Gods Out series. -
”'Sweet fairy nuggets, this smells like a winner! Jenny McLachlan has knocked it out of the park with Stink; genuinely funny, brilliant characters, and a finale so good that I had to stand up & do a little round of applause afterwards. Watch out, this book is monstrously magical.” - Jack Meggitt-Phillips, author of The Beast and the Bethany series
‘Instantly loving this! So much fun but hang on, who knew Jenny McLachlan was such a talented illustrator as well as author? The woman cannot be stopped.’Jo Simmons -