Farley Farts by Birte Muller

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Farley the frog has a problem -" he can't stop farting. While his sister thinks it's funny, his parents and his teacher are not amused. The doctor says it's only gas and it will pass. The trouble is, it does! Farley tries to control himself, but the results are worse: he swells up like a balloon and floats off into the sky. Comic pictures and a tongue-in-cheek text relate how Farley and his family learn that it's better to fart and bear the shame than not to fart and bear the pain!

About Birte Muller

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Antonio Lozano is a journalist and children's book writer. Birte Muller is an author and illustrator.
Published January 1, 2003 by North-South Books Inc.. 32 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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while humorous details (e.g., small red fish with resigned expressions leap from a pond-turned-Jacuzzi, courtesy of Farley's emissions) enliven the proceedings of the hapless cartoon frog, who resembles a chubby Kermit.

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