The latest scent-filled installment of the popular series follows the adventures of a curious rescue dog named Mo

By People Staff
Updated June 10, 2011 11:45 AM

Summer is here, and with it comes the not-so-sweet aroma of wet dogs – drenched from the beach, the sprinkler, or the pool.

Thankfully, Mo Smells Pink ($17.95), the sixth installment in the award-winning series of Mo’s Nose books, is here to mask the smell. The new children’s book chronicles the latest adventures of Mo, the rescue dog who discovers sweet-smelling scents with his curious black nose.

On his new adventure, Mo searches all over for a pink-nosed rescue kitty named Kiki during a game of hide-and-seek, but his nose can’t resist the aromas of pink grapefruit bubble bath and pink peppermint stick ice cream (and neither can the reader, thanks to the fun Press 2 Smell feature).

The new book already has a celebrity fan: Gabrielle Reese, the book’s spokeswoman, says: “My girls love Mo for the adorable, adventurous dog that he is. I appreciate the fact that Mo is earth-friendly and committed to giving back.”

The mother of two also loves that the book’s sweet bouquet (made with 100 percent pure essential aromatherapy oils by Aura Cacia) calms her kids before bedtime.

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