Young Harvey has a pretty good life, but is let down by one thing. No matter how hard he tries, he just can’t fart. Everyone else in his family can (even his mother), but despite all his efforts as much as he tries he can’t produce so much as a toot on the trouser trumpet. Eventually he asks his granddad, who goes off to his garden shed and then comes to the rescue with the perfect solution. Matthew Johnstone has written an enjoyable and amusing book with some great artwork. Its content will, of course, appeal to naughty boys of all ages, and to top everything off, it comes with a free farting machine. Sure to result in gales of laughter for any young boy.
Harvey the Boy Who Couldn't Fart
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Review by Kristy Rabbitt