Something Stinks!

Something Stinks!

Gail Hedrick / Aug 18, 2019

Something Stinks Dead fish are washing ashore on the Higdon River and seventh grader Emily Sanders decides to find out why Mocked by fellow students and abandoned by her best friend Emily investigates farms a golf

  • Title: Something Stinks!
  • Author: Gail Hedrick
  • ISBN: 9780985000899
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dead fish are washing ashore on the Higdon River, and seventh grader Emily Sanders decides to find out why Mocked by fellow students and abandoned by her best friend, Emily investigates farms, a golf course, and local factories Gradually she persuades friends to help her test the waters Their investigations lead them into trouble with the law and confrontation with theDead fish are washing ashore on the Higdon River, and seventh grader Emily Sanders decides to find out why Mocked by fellow students and abandoned by her best friend, Emily investigates farms, a golf course, and local factories Gradually she persuades friends to help her test the waters Their investigations lead them into trouble with the law and confrontation with the town s most powerful citizen Can a handful of determined seventh graders find out the true source of the stink in the Higdon River Purchase at tumblehomelearning

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    About "Gail Hedrick"

      • Gail Hedrick

        Gail Hedrick, middle grade fiction author, freelance writer, editor, proofreader, and former teacher in the physical education field, reads the sports section everyday, loving the stories behind the scores Spurred to write herself, after her first piece sold, she was hooked With subjects ranging from how to s, fitness, and etiquette to mysteries, she is read by kids and teens everywhere She grew up on a lake in Michigan, spent many years on the lakes and rivers of Virginia and North Carolina, and now lives in Bradenton, Florida, and can be reached at gailehedrick.


    1. "Something Stinks" by Gail Henrick which I won through Giveaways is a riveting adventure for pre-teens that combines mystery, environmental issues and a corporate cover-up. It begins when dead fish wash ashore on the riverbank near Emily Sander's uncle and aunt's farm. When an inspector investigates he dismisses the case because the water tests clean, the big companies upstream are governed by state regulations, and the golf club at River Landing has taken precautionary measures to avoid pollut [...]

    2. This review is courtesy of topoftheheapreviewsA middle grade level book about ecology and how the things we do can effect the environment around us you say? It was a book I had to take a peek at and see just how well something like this could be done.It can be really difficult to target the middle grade readers. A lot of them are reading above their level, and a lot are reading at or below. In this eco-saavy novel, Gail Hedrick is able to explore the life of a middle-school teen, and the trials [...]

    3. A staple middle-grade novel—sure to awaken the science-genius within. Something Stinks is nationally recognized by the NSTA-CBC Outstanding Science Committee, and well-deserved considering it’s both educational and entertaining in nature.Upon meeting Emily Sanders, a seventh grader, she finds herself in the middle of dead fish on the property of her aunt and uncle’s apple orchard. Obviously, the dead fish are burning Emily’s nostrils and she vows to get to the bottom of whatever is going [...]

    4. Quite honored to connect with Gail Hedrick and get the chance to interview, read, and review her book.My thoughts on Something Stinks!: Appreciated every minute of this book. This is a wonderful coming of age story with a friendship dissolving and main character trying to figure out who she is outside of the friendship. She is also discovering her strengths, interests, and passions as well. I loved the overall actions in this story that center around Emily trying to find out why dead fish are wa [...]

    5. "Something Stinks" by Gail Hedrick was given to me in exchange for an honest review.I thought this was a fantastic story for any kids in grade school. It follows the protagonist, who is a bit of a rebel in her own right, dealing with the drama of middle school changes such as losing best friends and making new ones, discovering an interest in boys and boys discovering an interest in her.But all of that is revealed through a dynamic tale of discovering who or what is killing all the fish in the r [...]

    6. *NSTA Outstanding Science Trade Books for 2015*Emily Sanders is a seventh grade student who takes initiative to find out the cause of all of the stench invading Higdon River. After finding tons of dead fish that have surfaced on her property, Emily comes to the conclusion that the river has been polluted and begins to inform those around her of the atrocity. Through secret testing and investigation, Emily finds out that a greedy company is at the hand of this issue! Through her investigation, no [...]

    7. A lot of things change during middle school. Emily is discovering that her friends are looking and behaving in unexpected ways, and she isn’t sure how to react. On top of that, piles of fish are dying in the river near her uncle and aunt’s farm, and Emily wants to know why. Is it run off from local farms, pesticides from a nearby golf course, or pollutants from a local factory that are causing the fish to die? Will she be able to solve the mystery without getting into trouble and losing all [...]

    8. I received a free copy of the book from Tumblehome Learning in return for my honest review and thoroughly enjoyed reading the book. "Something Stinks" by Gail Hedrick is a fascinating novel for pre-teens that includes a wonderful mix of adventure, some risk, some insight into life of middle school students and a whole lot more. An easy read and the kind of book one needs to read from beginning to end, preferably without putting the book down.The book helps the young student to be inspired to get [...]

    9. Ecology Lesson for KidsBy Michael ThalEmily Sanders is starting seventh grade and is about to learn a few valuable life lessons—people change and so do relationships and investigative reporting could prove dangerous. Gail Hedrick, author of Danger at Baird’s Den, brings us another middle grade novel about pre-teen life with the backdrop of Virginia. With a breezy writing style that leaves images in the reader’s mind, Something Stinks tells Emily’s story. The pre-teen is shocked by the na [...]

    10. It started off slow but I think kids will read it. The science and environmental story, along with teenagers trying to solve the mystery makes for a good elem/middle school book that highlights facts and friendship.

    11. I love the gumption of the narrator, a 7th grader who's negotiating friends and body image but keeps the bigger picture in mind. She doesn't let indifference or peer pressure to conform deter her from solving an environmental mystery.

    12. Emily Sanders is a 7th grader whose best friend has ditched her for a popular new girl whose father belongs to the country club and owns a textile factory where many of the people in town work.

    13. Something Stinks has received the Outstanding Science Trade Book award. With awards being given out left, right, and center, it is refreshing to see a book that has definitely earned its accolade. It is a fiction book, but the reader learns a great deal about water pollution, especially with regard to industry.Emily is determined to find out why fish are showing up dead on the river banks by her aunt and uncle’s home. Her small town is suffering from job loss, so Emily’s investigations are l [...]

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