Synopses & Reviews
A bunch of friendly vegetables wear colorful underwear of all varietiesandmdash;big, small, clean, dirty, serious, and funnyandmdash;demonstrating for young ones the silliness and necessity of this item of clothing. The unexpectedness of vegetables in their unmentionables is enough to draw giggles, but the pride with which the andldquo;big kidandrdquo; attire is flaunted in front of the baby carrots in diapers will tickle readers of all ages. With rhyming text that begs to be chanted aloud and art that looks good enough to eat, this vibrant story will encourage preschoolers to celebrate having left those diapers behind!
andquot;Those who are making the transition from diapers are sure to laugh.andquot;
andquot;The glories of underwear are celebrated in this humorous book, which successfully merges a childandrsquo;s desire to transition from diapers with bold, comical illustrations.andquot;
andquot;Vegetables in underwear? Guaranteed preschool hilarity...Expect second, third, and more helpings of this scantily clad harvest.andquot;
From tiny bubble-popping goldfish toots to thunderously loud elephant gas, learn how to spot the funniest (and smelliest) farts in the animal kingdom! Hilarious tidbits identify the odor, range, frequency, and aftereffects of ten different types of gassy expulsions, while the attached battery-powered fart machine reproduces each emanation with astounding accuracy. This is pure, unbridled entertainment for the giggling child in all of us. Let 'er rip!
About the Author
H.W. Smeldit has been a worldwide authority on farts, farting, and badminton for nearly 40 years. He has penned hundreds of fartological books, essays, bumper stickers, jingles, and limericks.
Jared Chapman was born in Louisiana, grew up in Texas, went to college in Georgia, and now lives in Austin. He has worked for Walt Disney Television Animation, Nick Jr., and Hallmark.