06/10/2011 at 07:45 AM EDT
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.