Reading to Enjoy
1. Did you like the story? Why/why not?
2. What was you favourite part of the story?
3. Why does Mr Stink smell so bad?
4. Can you think of other words to describe pleasant or unpleasant smells?
5. Chloe's little sister Annabelle is described as 'poisonous'. What does this mean?
6. Chloe has lots of questions for Mr. Stink at the beginning of the story. Can you think of some more that you would like to ask him?
7. Chloe writes a story about a girl to is sent to a school where all the teachers are secretly vampires. Could you think what might happen at the end of this story?
8. Chloe's mum makes a list of policies that she would set if she were to become a Member of Parliament. What policies would you set to improve things where you live?
9. Imagine the telephone conversation between the Prime Minster and Mr. Stink. What might they say to each other?
10. Look at the illustrations and draw your own picture of Mr. Stink.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Chapter 5, Back on this Side of the Door
There are lots of questions being asked in this chapter. Who would you believe if you were Peter or Susan? Would you go talk to the Professor too? What would you tell him?
What adventure will they go on now they are in the wardrobe again?
Can you draw the flying train?
If you could go anywhere on a flying train...where would you go? Why?
What would you do when you got there?