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Book Review: Does It Fart?: The Definitive Field Guide to Animal Flatulence by Dani Rabaiotti, Nick Caruso, Ethan Kocak (Illustrator)

I and my husband have been reading this book quite a while now. It is part of our bedtime routines where we alternate who reads aloud a passage from a book. We read one to three flatulence cases a night. Does It Fart? has been a blast. I’m sad it has come to an end, and I have no farts waiting for me before I shut my eyes.

The book is amazing. It is fun, informative, well written and the illustrations are a nice addition (especially the last one). I loved it. I don’t have a single criticism to give. The book works great both for adults and children as a bedtime story or not. Does It Fart? might not be the most important question out there, but it should come second nonetheless as some of us do it fifty times a day. And I learned about different animals’ eating habits, food procession, their fauna, facts about gas production, and so much more. Read it!

Thank you for reading!

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