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52 Things to Do While You Poo - The Fart Edition

Hugh Jassburn

Publisher: Summersdale

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Summary

Roaring from the rear, belching from behind, tooting the trouser trumpet – whatever you call it, we all fart, some of us more than others (and some a lot more than others). Everyone knows a committed farter – with their knowing smile, never shying away from taking full responsibility. Give them the recognition they deserve: a book celebrating their greatest skill, full of activities and puzzles to keep them engrossed, along with fascinating fart facts that’ll blow their mind.

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