Book Review: The Poofiest Pong by Katherine Graham

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The Poofiest PongTitle: The Poofiest Pong
Author: Katherine Graham
Publisher: Katherine Graham
Pages: 18
Genre: Children’s Picture Book
Format: Kindle

How do you measure the poofiness of your pongs? This is a question that baffles Max, the budding inventor. But with the help of his pong-o-meter and his little brother’s farts, Max and Billy are well on their way to blasting off for an adventure in outer space.

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The Poofiest Pong is available at Amazon.


My Review

I received a free ecopy of this book for an honest review.

This is a book that boys will love. I have 3 sons and they all think farts are hilarious: the louder and the stinkier, the better. Even now that they’re in they’re twenties, I think they’d have fun reading this book. 

The Poofiest Pong is mostly about farts but it is also encourages children to use their imagination. Max is a young inventor who is capable of making a pong-o-meter that measures farts. Once he verifies that his little brother has the poofiest pongs, he decides to use that pong power to blast off into space. The boys go on an exciting adventure all with the help of Billy’s powerful farts!

I think children, especially boys, would get a kick out of this book.


About the Author

Katherine GrahamA journalist by training, Katherine Graham writes regularly for a number of South African magazines. She has published three children’s e-booksThe Dummy FairyAlfonso the Tooth Mouse and The Poofiest Pong. The Lemon Tree, which was longlisted for the Golden Baobab Prize in 2014, is due to be published by Penguin Random House next year. She lives in possibly the world’s most beautiful city, Cape Town, is married with two boys and a ginger cat, and loves peaceful, uninterrupted moments sipping tea and reading.


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