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snout

(snout)
n.
a. The projecting nose, jaws, or anterior facial part of an animal's head.
b. A similar prolongation of the anterior portion of the head in certain insects, such as weevils; a rostrum.
c. A spout or nozzle shaped like such a projection.
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Each page of this ten screen storybook features a playful (non-scary) monster with names like Blushy, Toothy, Golly, Taily, Blobby, Growly and Snouty. There's one for each numeral, from 1 to 10.
Born in the East End of London to a family of Russian migrants in 1928, his uncle Harry 'Snouty' Parker was one of the biggest bookmakers of the 1930s and his father Jack ran the London and Provincial Sporting News Agency, which wordy title was reduced to the much-loved racetrack 'Blower' of common parlance.
It's the "Kari Snouty" drawing, the pig-girl with a medium-sized snout and corkscrew tail.