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The Good the Bad & the Gassy - cover

The Good the Bad & the Gassy

Annie Auerbach

Publisher: TOKYOPOP Classics

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Summary

Brothers Stinky and Stan Grosse embark on extraordinary -- although smelly -- adventures! From the dense jungle of the boys' imagination where they stumble upon a lost temple, (in their backyard) to a class trip to a science museum, you'll just have to follow your nose to find out where the boys will end up next...
Available since: 09/30/2021.
Print length: 96 pages.

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