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3 thoughts on “Fergus the Farting Dragon

  1. Kerry Kerry says:

    Kids love gross stuff and a dragon who farts went down very well at our place Love the rhyming and the illustrations are nice and bright and make the story special


  2. Carolyn Wren Carolyn Wren says:

    When I first heard about this book I thought wow my great nieces will love this They did but so did I To call Fergus the Farting Dragon a kids book is to do it an injustice because I really believe it's impossible for anyone from 1 100 to read this book and not be smiling by the end Well written with a great story and brilliant illustrations it's a true 'keeper' In other wordsbuy it for the kids in your family but buy an extra one for yourself


  3. Sharron Bardsley Sharron Bardsley says:

    Every kid i know should have this book its funny and sends a message about being different


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Fergus the Farting Dragon [Read] ➵ Fergus the Farting Dragon By Monique Mulligan – Thomashillier.co.uk Fergus huffed and puffed but the flames wouldn’t come Instead he saw smoke leaking out of his bum Fergus is different to other dragons But when people make fun of him he has an ear splitting eye wat Fergus huffed and puffed but the flames wouldn’t come Instead he saw smoke leaking out of his bum Fergus is different to other dragons But when people make fun of him he has an ear splitting eye watering toe curling stink making response He farts When a cheeky knight in a fire proof suit steals a precious dragon egg the other dragons are at a loss It's left to Fergus to get the egg back from the thieving knight A story that celebrates difference in an entertaining way Fergus the Farting Dragon is set to delight Fergus the Epub / adults and children For ages .

  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Fergus the Farting Dragon
  • Monique Mulligan
  • English
  • 09 May 2014

About the Author: Monique Mulligan

Born in Sydney and now living in Perth Moniue Mulligan has loved words from the moment she could use them She's told she used her words a lot as a child earning the title of family chatterbox and arguably still holding that crown Once she could read she devoured books with gusto today that enthusiasm is mirrored in her love of good foodA former newspaper editor journalist children's.