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Fartsy Claus by Mitch Chivus

Fartsy Claus

by Mitch Chivus

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060894660, Hardcover)

On Christmas Eve when the traditional treat of milk and cookies is nowhere to be found, Santa helps himself to a large portion of franks and beans with alarming results. That's right. Santa Claus is now Fartsy Claus. What to do? Channel your inner six–year–old boy and conjure up every gassy pun or joke you can and you will have caught a whiff of this fragrant tale.

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When Santa Claus is presented with a plate of franks and beans instead of the usual milk and cookies, the flatulent consequences are more than he ever expected.

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