Synopses & Reviews
Walter's family is holding a yard sale, but there are few customers. Walter, farting contentedly near Father, wonders why. When a man offers ten dollars for Walter, Father readily agrees. Walter wonders why. Walter is sad to leave his family behind, but relieved to discover that his new owner is a clown. Walter figures he will help the clown bring joy to children on their birthdays. But the clown has a dastardly plot: he will use Walter's gas to inflate balloons and then pop them to stun guards during bank robberies. Will Walter turn to the dark side? Of course not! He comes out a hero is reunited with his family by doing what he does best.
+the same gross humor as the previous book and even more inventive illustra
In this latest "New York Times" bestseller, Walter's family is holding a yard sale, and a man offers ten dollars for Walter. His new owner plans to use Walter's gas to inflate balloons and then pop them to stun guards during bank robberies. Full color.
It's another rip-roaring adventure with Walter the Farting Dog. Mr. and Mrs. Crabbe are enjoying their seaside vacation . . . until a certain dog blows away their umbrella with an enormous fart and is banned from the beach. Full color.
About the Author
William Kotzwinkle is the author of several childrens books, including Walter the Farting Dog
; The World is Big and Im So Small
; and E.T., the Extra-Terrestrial
. His many adult books include The Bear Went Over the Mountain
; The Fan Man
; Fata Morgana
; and Doctor Rat
. A celebrated satirist, he is a two-time winner of both the National Magazine Award for Fiction and the World Fantasy Award.
Glenn Murray, co-author of Walter the Farting Dog, is a supervisor for educational technology in New Brunswick, Canada. He recently spent a year in Jordan, serving as an advisor to the Ministry of Education in Amman and setting up computers in classrooms. He has written radio dramas for the CBC and spends a lot of time doing public readings in elementary schools.
Audrey Colman illustrated and designed Walter the Farting Dog, her first picture book. More recently she wrote and illustrated Francine. Her artwork has been featured in magazines, posters, and multimedia projects.