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Author: Ohara Hale
Publisher: Brooklyn, NY : Pow!, [2014] ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : Preschool : English
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Farting is a basic function that elicits all kinds of reactions from kids, ranging from hilarity to creativity to withholding and a variety of reactions from adults, from reluctant amusement, to disgust, to total parental meltdown. The key to teaching the whole family how to handle these events in a positive way is to be able to talk about them. Ohara's whimsical approach teaches kids three simple lessons: what this  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Board books
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Preschool
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ohara Hale
ISBN: 9781576876817 1576876810
OCLC Number: 898974266
Notes: On board pages.
Part of a boxed set of five books--Who did it?
Target Audience: Ages 3 and up.
Description: 1 volume : color illustrations ; 15 cm
Responsibility: Ohara Hale.

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Farting is a basic function that elicits all kinds of reactions from kids, ranging from hilarity to creativity to withholding and a variety of reactions from adults, from reluctant amusement, to disgust, to total parental meltdown. The key to teaching the whole family how to handle these events in a positive way is to be able to talk about them. Ohara's whimsical approach teaches kids three simple lessons: what this bodily function is, why it shouldn't cause undue embarrassment and how to politely and considerately deal with it.

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