"The writing, stylistically, has enough action and danger to keep it on the right side of parody, as well as a sense of humor that deftly mixes the absurd with gross-out jokes and clever wordplay. Super Schnoz smells like a winner, especially for reluctant readers."
STARRED REVIEW, Kirkus Reviews
"With a superhero story line, short chapters, and gross-out humor, the book hits a number of reluctant-reader marks. . . . The book is wacky from page one. . ."
School Library Journal
"This fun story in the vein of Captain Underpants introduces readers to Andy Whiffler, an eleven-year-old who was born with a humongous nose. The puns, references, and nose jokes abound, but themes of friendship and determination are also explored."
Library Media Connection
"Bountiful in his nose-related wordplay, Urey crafts fast-moving chapters full of gross-out humor that will surely appeal to reluctant readers and connoisseurs of middle school jokes."
School Library Journal.
"Urey’s latest adventure
for Super Schnoz is a quirky, fun read for even the most reluctant reader. His characters are real children from the real world placed in unreal and absurd situations."