The Booger Hunter’s Apprentice by Benoit Chartier

The Booger Hunter’s Apprentice by Benoit Chartier
Publisher: Trode Publications
Genre: Childrens, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (37 pages)
Age Recommendation: 3+
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

Flintebetty Flonagan finds an odd wanted ad in her town, requesting a booger hunter’s apprentice. What could that be? The answer to that question will lead her through an amazing adventure that will change her life forever!

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This was one of the most creative children’s stories I’ve read in a long time. The thought of that there could be a special type of hero that fights boogers never occurred to me. I was as amused by this idea as I was by how Flin Flon reacted to the idea of becoming a brave booger hunter herself. While I can’t go into detail about that part of the plot without stepping into spoiler territory, it was filled with twists and turns that made me smile.

There was only one small thing I would have liked to see changed about the storyline, and it had to do with what booger hunters do with their catch after they’ve gathered everything they could for the night. Everything else in the story was described in such great detail that I was a little surprised to see this part overlooked. It would have been nice to have at least one line describing what happened there.

One of my favorite things about this book was that none of the monsters in it were at all scary. Their relationships with Mrs. Bird were surprisingly warm and friendly. This was a major reason why I set the age recommendation so low. Flin Flon and Mrs. Bird covered a lot of ground on the first night of her apprenticeship, but all of it was rather wholesome stuff that I thought preschoolers would appreciate just as much as older kids would.

The Booger Hunter’s Apprentice was a delightful adventure that I’d recommend to anyone who has ever had their nose wiped or needed to wipe a little nose clean.

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