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Something stinks! —Fenske, Jonathan, author, illustrator.

A skunk asks the reader for help in finding the source of a terrible odor.

Skunk and Badger —Timberlake, Amy, author.

"Analytical and set-in-his-ways Badger is taken aback when jolly and easygoing Skunk rings the doorbell to announce he's Badger's new roommate. (Badger may have been ignoring his landlord Aunt Lula's letters ...) But as ...

Scent trail —Paradis, Anne, 1972-

The skunks of Big Sky Park have disappeared! Can Ranger Rob find them?

Sydney & Taylor explore the Whole Wide World —Davies, Jacqueline, 1962- author.

Taylor, a hedgehog, and his friend Sydney, a skunk, set out from their comfortable burrow under Miss Nancy's potting shed on an expedition to see more of the "Whole Wide World."-- Provided by publisher.

Sydney & Taylor take a flying leap —Davies, Jacqueline, 1962- author.

When Taylor decides he wants to be the World's First Flying Hedgehog, there is little Sydney can do to stop him. Will Taylor realize his dream? Will he forgive Sydney for not believing in him? And can Sydney keep his spi...

Lily and the yucky cookies —Covey, Sean.

Lily Skunk bakes cookies for her friends without listening to her father's instructions.

Big Dog and Little Dog : making a mistake —Pilkey, Dav, 1966- author.

Big Dog and Little Dog find themselves in trouble when they catch up to the black and white critter they are sure is a cat.

The not-so-stinky skunk —Cameron, W. Bruce, author.

On a camping trip with Maggie Rose's dad, Lily gets sprayed by a skunk. But the skunk has no stink! That means it can't defend itself against big animals. Can Lily find a way to help? It's Lily to the rescue!

Skunks in trunks —Punter, Russell.

A gang of excitable skunks is off to the water park for a fun afternoon. Their aquatic antics soon land them in trouble - but perhaps they can put their swimming skills to good use?

Egg marks the spot —Timberlake, Amy, author.

"Analytical and set-in-his-ways Badger is taken aback when jolly and easygoing Skunk rings the doorbell to announce he's Badger's new roommate. (Badger may have been ignoring his landlord Aunt Lula's letters) But as Badg...

The bravest of the brave —Crum, Shutta.

A fearless little skunk sets off through the woods alone at night encountering scary creatures, which the reader can correctly identify as various forest animals.

Sweet Briar goes to camp —Wilson, Karma.

When Sweet Briar Skunk goes to day camp, she is torn between her popular new friends and a lonely porcupine she wants to befriend.

Skunkdog —Jenkins, Emily, 1967-

Dumpling, a lonely dog with no sense of smell, moves with his family to the country and makes a new friend who takes some getting used to.

All for a dime! : a Bear and Mole story —Hillenbrand, Will, author, illustrator.

Bear has no trouble selling his berries at the farmers' market, but Mole and Skunk are less successful with their worms and perfume.

The adventures of Jimmy Skunk —Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo), 1874-1965.

Relates how Jimmy Skunk repays Peter Rabbit for a practical joke and what happens when he and Unc' Billy Possum go hunting for eggs in Farmer Brown's henhouse.

The not-so-stinky skunk —Cameron, W. Bruce, author.

Lily lives with her girl, Maggie Rose. Once a stray, Lily was rescued by the kind people at the animal shelter run by Maggie Rose's mom. Now she has a very important purpose: to rescue other animals in trouble. On a camp...

A skunk in my bunk! —Cerf, Christopher, author.

Illustrations and simple, cumulative text introduce such characters as a pig in a wig dancing a jig, and a knight with a bright light saying good night.

Sweet Briar goes to school —Wilson, Karma.

The other animals at school make fun of Sweet Briar because she is a skunk and has a strong smell, until she uses her scent to chase away a hungry wolf.

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