The Day My Fart Followed Santa Up The Chimney By Ben Johnson & Sam Lawrence

 

 

 

Authors Ben Johnson and Sam Lawrence
The Day My Fart Followed Santa Up The Chimney, Cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STORY-LINE, COMPOSITION, DEVELOPMENT OF THE DAY MY FART FOLLOWED SANTA UP THE CHIMNEY:

Geared towards young children, The Day My Fart Followed Santa Up The Chimney would entertain the young mind.  Timmy is looking forward to snow and having fun on his new snow sled.  Little Fart has never been on a sled, and this is an adventure for both.

After a day on the hills, Christmas Eve and Santa await.  As a result, Little Fart waits excitedly for Santa.  He just has to get up and met Santa.  Santa needs help delivering gifts through the small chimney at a little girls house and ask Little Fart to help him.  With laughter and fun, Santa and Little Fart deliver Christmas.

Young children will love the story of Santa and Little Fart.  Easy to understand and with colorful pictures, the child’s interest will be peaked.  The story flows smoothly and precisely.  Just the right length, the child will not become bored with the story.  The Day My Fart Followed Santa Up The Chimney would be a great bedtime story for guardian/parent and child to enjoy together.  After all, everyone thinks farts are funny, especially children!

Finally, in concluding my children novel/book review of The Day My Fart Followed Santa Up The Chimney, I found an entertaining story which younger children will find enjoyable.

 

THE DAY MY FART FOLLOWED SANTA UP THE CHIMNEY RECOMMENDATION: STARS 4

I would not hesitate to buy this book for my self or a friend with proper age children to enjoy this book.

ALSO, PLEASE NOTE:

Additionally, I received this book from the author and chose to voluntarily review the book with an honest  Children’s book/novel review.  Lastly, book reviews of any novel are dependent on the book review author’s opinion.  Consequently, all book reviews online and on my blog, are my opinions.  Also,  the ARC did not affect my voluntary Children’s book/novel review.

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