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Sir Fartsalot Hunts the Booger

by Kevin Bolger

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This book is super funny about a knight who tries to save the day but is always farting. It's great! ( )
  Mikelodeon | Apr 26, 2015 |
This is a good story for younger children with funny names and deadly farts it is a funny book. The main idea in this book is that sir Fartsalot hunts the magical monster called the booger. ( )
  ekinsluc2018 | Jun 1, 2013 |
this is a good story for younger children with funny names and deadly farts it is a funny book. The main idea in this book is that sir fartsalot hunts the magical monster called the booger. ( )
  lucaekins | May 19, 2013 |
Prince Harry (of the kingdom of Armpit) loves to prank his subjects. His father, King Reginald, is sick of Harry’s trouble making ways, and sends him off on an adventure with the brave and noble Sir Fartsalot. Harry plays his biggest prank when he tells Sir Fartsalot of a feared monster called: The Booger!

“‘I see,’ Sir Fartsalot mused. ‘And where might one find one of these Boogers?’”
“’Oh, you never know,’ Harry said. ‘Sometimes they can be right under your nose. So to speak.’” (p. 29)

But, Harry learns some lessons during his journey with Sir Fartsalot. And in the end the ultimate price for his prank ends up being a lot higher than even he could anticipate.

Sir Fartsalot Hunts the Booger is extremely funny. The author, Kevin Bolger, is witty with his choice of names and places. This book seems to come straight out of the imagination of an 8 year old boy. A teacher could read this book to a captivated audience (and the only noises would be the bursts of laughter every five minutes); a parent could read this to his or her child, and the lessons that this book teaches would be subtle yet substantial. Sir Fartsalot is a funny, magical tale for all ages. ( )
  Steph_adcock | Oct 23, 2011 |
When Prince Harry of Armpit gets into trouble on to many times with his practical jokes, his father King Reginald sends him on an adventure with Sir Fartsalot. The names of the creatures, cities, and people in this book kept me laughing all the way through. Great book for a boy ages 9-12. ( )
  luvbug11 | Jan 29, 2011 |
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In the kingdom of Armpit, a young prince with a penchant for practical jokes joins a flatulent, old knight on a quest to find the silent, but deadly source of the Foul West Wind and to vanquish the monstrous Booger.

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