Sir Fartsalot Hunts the Booger Things really stink in the Kingdom of Armpit King Reginald the Not Very Realistic has had it up to here with his practical joker of a son Prince Harry Even Sir Bedwetter can t take the prince s Royal

  • Title: Sir Fartsalot Hunts the Booger
  • Author: Kevin Bolger Stephen Gilpin
  • ISBN: 9781595142849
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • Things really stink in the Kingdom of Armpit King Reginald the Not Very Realistic has had it up to here with his practical joker of a son Prince Harry Even Sir Bedwetter can t take the prince s Royal Clowning Around Enter Sir Fartsalot the bravest, boldest, er, most potent knight in all the land He s on a quest to solve the riddle of the Foul West Wind a ghastly odor tThings really stink in the Kingdom of Armpit King Reginald the Not Very Realistic has had it up to here with his practical joker of a son Prince Harry Even Sir Bedwetter can t take the prince s Royal Clowning Around Enter Sir Fartsalot the bravest, boldest, er, most potent knight in all the land He s on a quest to solve the riddle of the Foul West Wind a ghastly odor that turns up whenever danger is lurking Prince Harry decides to play the biggest, boogeriest prank of all time He convinces Sir Fartsalot that The Booger, a frightful and repulsive villain, is on the prowl But when a real Booger turns up, Harry, Sir Fartsalot and the knight s old buddy Sir Knotaclew must set out on a hilarious quest to rid the world of the Snotty Scoundrel, once and for all

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    2 thoughts on “Sir Fartsalot Hunts the Booger

    1. Thought it would be fun to keep track of stories I'm reading to my son! He is soooo loving Sir Fartsalot and the other knights, such as Sir Bedwetter. This book has him laughing out loud & I'm so thankful to be sharing my love of reading w/my little man!!My little man gives this book, as he said, as many stars as possible! He just loved it!! Highly recommend this as a fun read aloud book!! :D

    2. Reviewed by Julie M. Prince for TeensReadTooSIR FARTSALOT HUNTS THE BOOGER. I've admitted before that I'm a sucker for a catchy title, and really, can a title get more catchy than that?! Young Prince Harry of Armpit (get it?) has finally worked his father's last nerve. Now, he's been ordered to accompany a noble knight named Sir Fartsalot on a quest to find the source of the Foul West Wind, which mysteriously and frequently emits omens not long after Sir Fartsalot has finished a meal of turnips. [...]

    3. There comes a certain time in your life when you realize that you can read a book called Sir Fartsalot Hunts the Booger and call it research if you happen to be an elementary teacher. Seeing the title I immediately knew who to recommend it to, but I never recommend a book without having a look at it myself. I passed this one along to our 2nd/3rd grade teacher who has all boys in her room knowing that she would find the perfect audience for it. Yes it is full of juvenile humor but children are ju [...]

    4. I found this browsing the shelves of a local toy/book store, not having heard of the author before. I read this book to my 8 and 7 year old sons, a couple of chapters a night before bed. It was hilarious and it kept their rapt attention--including my finicky 7yo. I'll be looking for more from this author.

    5. My 7 year old picked this book up at a sweet little independent book store in cottage country. He has enjoyed the first two chapters immensely and chortled through the names and the sheer delight of reading something gross with a parent who does not love toilet humour. May not be for everyone but who can resist a giggling reading child? Well worth the time and money.

    6. Worthy alternative to "Diary of a wimpy kid". It had me laughing out loud, in spite of the fact that I am definitely not the target audience of 4-6th grade boys

    7. Okay, look. I got a lot of grief when this book appeared in my reading queue. Truth be told, I read this book to my daughter (who picked it) with no small amount of trepidation, based on the title alone. With a title like "Sir Fartsalot Hunts the Booger" you pretty much know what you're in for. But all that said, I was pleasantly surprised by quality of the writing in this book. The plot is uncomplicated and there's not much in here that surprises you thematically. The usual deus ex machina (or [...]

    8. Actual rating: 3.5I'm a sucker for farting humor, so I had to read this book! It turned out to be really great! The writing was well done (I was expecting it to be sub par but it really was great) and it was full of silly little things, such as:"Ugh! You shameless stereotypes!" Gwendolyn said with disgust. Then she turned and exited the chapter in protestdAnd whether by some magic of his own or the forest's, or possibly just by one of those shortcuts stories take when they are winding up, the wi [...]

    9. Yes. It's true. I did, indeed, read a book entitled Sir Fartsalot Hunts the Booger. I know what you're thinking, and you're right. Why in the WORLD would I even pick it up? Well, three library workers read it with their children and said it wasn't horrible and that I should try it. So try it I did. And they're right, it wasn't horrible. But it so wasn't good. Some of the humor was actually mildly funny, in a Henny Youngman sort of way, but many of the jokes and puns were just toorky. Still, litt [...]

    10. I admit the title will put off most adult readers, so when I picked this book up, it was simply to see if kids would enjoy it for future recomendations. The illustrations are very good, I just wish there had been more of them. The story follows a young prince and two knights on a quest to find the "Booger". With names like Sir Fartsalot & Sir Bedwetter, how can any boy not resist enjoying this book? With both kid & adult humor, this would be an awesome book to read with your son. A great [...]

    11. This book stays clever throughout, and scatalogical or not, the humor stays well-constructed and is never cheap. I'll be recommending this one to lots of reluctant readers (if their parents will let me).

    12. This book was written with the humor and corporeal obsessions of six-year-olds in mind. A total winner for the youngster in your midst, even if that youngster is you. In fact, this is the perfect gift for a kid embarking on the genre of fantasy.

    13. Well - here we are again. Time for that thing everyone looks for when trying to decided rather or not to read a book. That's right. It's review time once more.So considering that this is a kids chapter book and not something I normally read, I'm going to have to only give it three stars. Not because it was bad or anything like that. Because for a kids book it was actually quit amusing and funny. Although I most likely wouldn't read it again- well maybe. It would depend on the mood I'm in. Plus i [...]

    14. Funny, silly, irreverent, children and adults (particularly those with a British sense of humour) will love this book. It follows the adventures of a non-too-bright knight and his companion, a young prince who warms to his ageing armoured friend and eventually realises it was wrong of him to take advantage of his ignorance of the dreaded booger.

    15. My 8 year old and 5 year old found a lot to laugh about in this one. Good silly fun with some positive values.

    16. If there is ever a sequel to this book my son will have to read it himself. This book was gross and dumb. That said, the writing was not terrible.

    17. I have to admit, the only reason I read this was because I enjoyed Bolger's book Zombiekins so much and because a colleague recommended it; I was not enthusiastic about the title, thinking the humor would be much too obvious and redundant. I was pleasantly surprised to discover, then, that the book has character development, a fairly detailed plot, and some sophisticated humor subtly thrown in.Yes, it has characters with names like Sir Fartsalot, Sir Cedric Knotaclew, and Sir Bedwetter, the king [...]

    18. Sir Fartsalot Hunts the Booger is a fun book that young readers will enjoy greatly. I quite enjoyed both the story and the artwork and found the character and plot development to be well done. The only thing I might complaint a little about is some of the names seems kind of foolish, even enough to make some kids groan like I did. Other than that, the book was highly enjoyable.I did like that Prince Harry's conscious finally got the better of him as he got to know Sir Fartsalot better. He found [...]

    19. The book I'm reading is SirFartsalot Hunts the Booger by Kevin Bolger. It's about a king's son named Harry whose dad wants him to be a knight. SirFartsalot, a knight, comes to the king's castle one day to find the tracks of an evil monster. SirFartsalot was on a quest to hunt the evil monster, so he came to the king's castle for hints. The king saw the knight and wanted Harry to come along on his quest to see the life of a knight. And so Harry's journey began. Soon he came across someone who saw [...]

    20. I read sir fartsalot by kevin bolger. This is a great book and my favorite character is harry he lives in the kingdom of armpit and he is a "jokerster" or thats what his father calls him. harry is the prince and he never wanted to be a great knight like his father was he just wanted to skip to the king so he could do whatever he wants. so his father hires his kingdoms greates knights so harry would have someone to look up to which i think is a bad idea because i dbout the kind knows half his kni [...]

    21. do like fart jokes or funny things or even to read? if you sad yes to all the things above read this book. it is about a kid named prince harry who goes on adventures with a brave knight named sir.fartsalot. the two are trying to fight the fowl west wind and a fierce thing called the booger and the mum oh wait I cant tell you the hole story that's why you have to read it for yourself. silly me what was I thinking oh ya this is all your fault you talked me in to telling you it so don't do it agen [...]

    22. This is a wonderful chapter book for boys. They will love the off-color humor and the illustrations. This is a wonderful chapter book for boys. They will love the off-color humor and the illustrations. (Though I am a girl and loved it too.) Prince Harry loves to joke and wants to learn magic. The King wants his son to be a great knight, a career choice Prince Harry does not want to learn. The King sends Prince Harry of Armpit on a adventure with the great knight Sir Fartsalot. They are looking f [...]

    23. Take your kid to the book store and 'pick' up this 'nugget' today!My daughter bought me this book for Father's day. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I am aware that I am a bit older than the target demographic but I still completely enjoyed the book. The characters are great: Sir Fartsalot is joined by Sir Knotaclew and is tormented by Sir Bedwetter. During this adventure you will meet monsters and creatures like ogres and dragons and a pack of wild princesses. A real page turner that will keep you gues [...]

    24. When my daughters book club picked this book I thought I was in for some raunchy story of boogers and farts. I was not looking forward to reading this at all but it's book club so we have no choice. I was very surprised that the humor in the book went well beyond booger and fart jokes. And the story was entertaining, funny, fast paced, and to top it all off, there was a good lesson. The author does a great job tying up all of the loose ends as he wrapped up the story. I was very impressed and fo [...]

    25. Asher (7yo) read. "Sir Fartsalot tricked a prince named Harry to believe that there was a monstrous creature called a Booger. Fartsalot, Harry, and their friend go hunting it and they come across lots of creatures in the Enchanted Forest, such as Bugaboos, Mumbo Jumbos, and things that only exist in your imagination!My favorite part was when Sir Fartsalot found out that the Booger really existed, even after he was told it DIDN'T exist. Because the Enchanted Forest makes anything in your imaginat [...]

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