I was a bit reluctant to read another children's book with the theme of "farts", but this was a free book on Amazon and I decided to give it a try. While I probably wouldn't have thought to use farts as a main object of the story, I know grade school children find farts to be funny and interesting no matter what. With that being said, I was impressed how M.T. Lott used that very popular topic to teach children some important messages - sometimes we don't get what we want, sometimes we have to make the best of a bad situation, and finally what might seem like a cross to bear can actually turn out to be a most important asset.
The moose, though they claim never to fart themselves, give this story their seal of approval!