• Monster Fart Wars

  • Farts vs. Burps, Book 1
  • By: A M Shah
  • Narrated by: Will Tulin
  • Length: 37 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (154 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If you love farts, boogers, burps, and pimples, then you do not want to miss the Monster Fart Wars and the battle to control Gas Mountain. Mayor Donald Fart gets invaded by the Boogers in part one, and his team of Farts is fighting off the Boogers by calling in the extra farty - Monster Farts! A non-stop and can't stop laughing middle-school book that will make feel just - gross! If you love grossness, don't miss this one.

"A.M. Shah knows what kids find funny, and delivers a rollicking, rude load of it" - Blue Ink Reviews.

"Fans of farts, burps, and other gross-out humor should love this tale" - Kirkus Reviews

©2017 Aarambh Shah (P)2017 Aarambh Shah

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laugh out loud funny

Yes it's crude. But to an 8 year olds boy, it is funny, and the adventure and lessons of the story are top notch. I look forward to the next book.

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didn't finish

I was not expecting it to basically be a book with poop and fart relating words every other word. It was just to much and I didn't enjoy it at all.

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My boys liked it.

My boys listen to it at bedtime asthey love stories on Audible. I even hear them a laughing from my bedroom a few times.

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Boring

would not recommend, couldn't even entertain a kid who loves burbs and farts. boo, pass

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great for stopping the arguments on long car ride !

arguments became belly laughs! Thank you Fartville! My son exclaimed at the end “I want to hear the second book!”

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Book doesn’t play

This book was downloaded and didn’t play. Troubleshooting does not fix it. Unsatisfied. Will ask for a refund.

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Not worth one credit

This story is not worth a credit for 37 min!! Both books should be included

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We loved it.

The narration was excellent. Looking forward to part 2 and 3. Enjoyed by both kids and adults on our short road trip.

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Disappointed with the basic grammar

My boys and I enjoyed this book; it is right up the alley of young boys. Lots of giggling was heard! My issue is that the author seems not to know when to use “me”vs. “I.” For example, one of the sentences is (paraphrased), “Out of the mountain emerged Wendall and I.” Obviously, this should be “… Wendall and me.” This occurs multiple times throughout the book. I just think if you are going to publish children’s books, either you or your editor should know basic grammar.

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Meh…

It was just ok. The story got a bit obnoxious with every other word being fart or burp related. It got a bit hard to follow for me, or maybe I just tuned it out. My kids listened to the whole thing but they didn’t really laugh. Wasn’t what I expected I guess.

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