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Children's LiteratureDavid discovered his explosive talent in 3rd grade. Now he and his friend, Nick, are capitalizing on David's legendary farting. They've developed "Farts in a Jar," a product that is guaranteed to clear out a classroom just when the teacher springs a pop quiz or to save heaps of kids from being bored to death--especially on the weekends when they might have to visit their parents boring friends or attend their little sister's dance recital. At the rate the boys are going, they will be millionaires before they finish 5th grade. Unfortunately, their plans come to an abrupt halt when David's grandmother prepares her delicious vegetable soup with a secret ingredient that puts an end to David and Nick's smelly plans. Kids are likely to love the bathroom humor; fortunately they are spared the details of just how David collects his farts. A quick and entertaining read from the "Bigger Bites for Bigger Readers!" series, this "bite" is described as a satisfying story for eager readers. Illustrated with silly black-and-white drawings. 2006 (orig. 2002), Running Press, Ages 7 to 9.
—Anita Barnes Lowen