Walter, the Farting Dog (Hardcover) - Kotzwinkle, William/ Murray, Glenn/ Colman, Audrey (ILT)

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If you have boxers, you will totally identify with the subject matter of this book! Tooooooo funny!! :)

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Just Like My Dogs!

by Lisa on 10/12/2002

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Grandfather could hardly read it!

on 5/28/2006

I bought this book for my daughter. Her grandfather read it to her one day and could hardly read it because he was laughing so hard. Hilarious! Read More

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When Betty and Billy rescued Walter from the pound, they never imagined that such a cute dog could fart so much! But just when the dog seems destined to be returned to the pound, a remarkable event turns him into a hero, and his new family learns to live with his smells. Full-color illustrations.


Publisher Random House Distribution childrens
Mfg Part# 9781583940532
SKU 30757925
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 1583940537
Release Date 11/1/2001
Dimensions (in Inches) 11.25H x 10L x 0.5T
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Annotation Betty and Billy bring home a hapless pup from the pound, Walter, a very special dog with a particularly unpleasant problem: extreme flatulence. At first, everyone thinks he just needs a bath, but soon it becomes evident that Walter is a farting machine. Special foods of all kinds are tried, but nothing seems to work. Just when the kids are in despair, Walter decides to hold it in, which leads to a very unusual and extremely hilarious situation. Accompanied by very colorful illustrations.
Editors Note Warning: This book may cause flatulence. Walter is a fine dog, except for one small problem: he has gas. He can't help it; it's just the way he is. Fortunately, the kids Billy and Betty love him regardless, but Father says he's got to go! Poor Walter, he's going to the dog pound tomorrow. And then, in the night, burglars strike. Walter has his chance to be a hero. Destined to become a children's classic, this story will have kids rolling on the floor with laughter. Adults are permitted to laugh too.
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Book Format Hardcover
Minimum Age 03
Number of Pages 0032
Publisher Frog in Well

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