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Reviewed by Sierra Edelen for Readers' Favorite
My Giant Farts by Neil McFarlane is about a boy who finds a lamp with a giant in it. He starts walking around with his giant and meets a bunch of friends who have pets that can do cool tricks. When they ask what his giant can do, he doesn't know, but fibs and tells them he can do the same thing that their pets can do. This doesn't really get him anywhere. And when he finds out just what his giant can do, they are all in for a bit of surprise. Will the giant and the boy become friends? Will the boy learn from telling fibs about what his giant can do? You will have to read My Giant Farts to find out!
This is a really nice book, and it reminds me of a lot of books that I had read to me and that I read when I was a little kid. I think that this is the perfect bedtime story to read to kids or a story that kids and their parents can read together. It could also be read during story time in a kindergarten class. It is a very silly and fun book that many kids will enjoy. It is a good book that teaches morals to kids, such as not to lie, and to be nice to people. I would read this book to my younger siblings, and I would read this book to my old kindergarten class. I approve of this book.