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Reviewed by Rosie Malezer for Readers' Favorite
The Day My Fart Followed Me to the Zoo is the sixth book in the Timmy and the Little Fart series written by Ben Jackson and Sam Lawrence, and illustrated by Danko Herrera. Excited to be venturing out to spend a day at the zoo, Timmy and his friend, Little Fart, look forward to seeing all of the different animals so that they can decide on which one they would like to have at home as a pet. Exciting facts about each of the animals, inclusive of lions, pandas, monkeys, toucans, beavers, zebras, crocodiles and more are presented by Timmy to Little Fart, but they are torn as to which type of animal they would like to come home with them.
I was very much looking forward to reading The Day My Fart Followed Me to the Zoo, after having read and enjoyed Ben Jackson and Sam Lawrence’s previous tale of Timmy and Little Fart’s dentist visit. The Little Fart books present stories for younger children, with each carrying an edge of humor injected into it to give an added giggle or three. One of the most impressive things about this zoo adventure is the amount of learning that a child can achieve as Timmy tells Little Fart about the most significant characteristics of each species. From a lion’s roar, a panda’s eating (and defecating) habits, an elephant’s gestational period and more – all are interesting facts that are not always known by people around the world.
As a lover of animals, both tame and in the wild, I was impressed with the amount of knowledge this book presents to readers. I wholeheartedly recommend The Day My Fart Followed Me to the Zoo to be read by audiences, both young and old, so that they can appreciate the vast differences between various animal species around the world.