Mr. Blewitt's Nose by Alastair Taylor

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There is a place for everything. Noses, for instance, look just right in the middle of faces, but odd anywhere else. So when Primrose Pumpkin finds a nose all on its own on a park bench, she knows that something has to be done, and, as she has a helpful nature, she sets out to do it.

But she won’t stand a chance without her incredibly smelly dog, Dirk.

About Alastair Taylor

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Alastair Taylor and his wife live in a green house in England with two pretty niffy dogs, whom they attempt, for obvious reasons, to keep dry at all times. This is Alastair's second book for children.
Published March 23, 2005 by Houghton Mifflin. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When helpful young Primrose Pumpkin finds a human nose on a park bench—“something you rarely see on an average street in a normal town on a humdrum sort of day.

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(The nose has no personality and lacks sentience until it's attached to a face.) Acting on shouted tips, Primrose and Dirk arrive at a stadium where all the soccer fans, except the noseless Mr. Blewitt, leap from their seats and run away.

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