Book Review: Farty Pants by C. Jordan

Do you have a Farty Pants in your house? A toddler that find farting/tooting hilarious? Then, Farty Pants is the book for you!

Ethan loves his mom and dad very much.

He loves them so much that he likes to give them gifts each and every day.

Sometimes Ethan paints them pictures.

Sometimes Ethan gives them cool rocks or good pointy sticks from outside.

Sometimes he gives them a kiss on the cheek.

But most of the time he gives them his favorite gift, a “special gift”… and that gift… is to fart on them!

Ethan thinks farts are the best, funniest things ever… so he is a bit confused why other people don’t like it when he farts on them.

Farts can be funny… but other people don’t always feel the same way.

Will Ethan be farting on people forever?

Will his mom and dad manage to stop him?

Who else will fall victim to one of Ethan’s “special gifts”?

This is a book to teach little ones all about the appropriateness of farting.

It also teaches them that you should never do something to others that you wouldn’t want done to yourself.

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My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy from Book Review Buzz. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

Ethan thinks it’s funny to fart on other people, especially those he loves. His mom and dad and even his grandmother tell him that it’s not appropriate or funny, but he keeps on farting.

His parents use an unorthodox way to teach Ethan how it feels to be farted on. Children who read this book will probably find it hilarious, but some parents may find it inappropriate. That being said, it works, and he learns not to fart on others, when it’s appropriate to fart, and that he shouldn’t do something that someone asks him not to do.

The illustrations are colorful and cute. As much as kids get tickled by farts, this book will be one they enjoy. It does, however, need editing.

About the Author

C. Jordan grew up in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with dreams of becoming an author someday. As a young adult Jordan spend time working as an EMT and civil servant. Nowadays, Jordan spends her time with her family and creating a variety of different books for adults and children.

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