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Reviewed by Amy Louise Hill for Readers' Favorite
The Boy Who Lost His Fart by Dana Moss McAllister is a humorous story about a young boy named Cameron who wakes to find that his fart is missing. He shouts to his mother for help, but she thinks it is a trick and covers her nose, expecting a nasty smell to invade her nostrils. When she realizes Cameron is serious, she tries to help locate the fart by suggesting he tries yoga or some other exercise. When that doesn't work, Cameron goes to his dad, but his suggestion doesn't work either. Cameron goes to the rest of the household and asks for their help. Will Cameron finally find his missing fart? Find out in this hilarious book.
As soon as I read the title, The Boy Who Lost His Fart, I knew I had to read it. I'd never heard of anyone losing a fart before, and I was eager to learn more. Once I began reading, I couldn't stop. The story is extremely funny throughout and made me giggle from the start. Children will love what Dana Moss McAllister has written, and I'm confident it will have them laughing their socks off. In addition to the perfect storyline, the book's illustrations by the talented Ann Langman will cause even more giggles in your house. McAllister is clearly a brilliant children's author; I can't wait to see what she comes up with next. Good luck, and keep writing.