"Put that tired copy of Walter the Farting Dog away: This long-overdue tribute to Le Petomane, "the man who made his pants dance," is a total blast. (historical note, resource list) (Informational picture book. 8-10)"
Filling an unconscionable gap in the education of American youth, this rhymed account introduces Joseph Pujol, a 19th- to early 20th-century vaudeville performer who created uncontrolled hysteria from Marseilles to Paris thanks to an ability to fart out (odorlessly) music and many sound effects.
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