Sunday, June 9, 2013

Billy and Monster: The Superhero with Fart Powers: Review

Billy and Monster: The Superhero with Fart Powers

Billy and Monster: The Superhero with Fart Powers
Author: David Chuka
Publisher: CreateSpace
Series: The Fartastic Adventures of Billy and Monster #2
Pages: 24


Join Billy and Monster in this second episode of the series -The Fartastic adventures of Billy and Monster.

Billy and Monster love going to school as they learn so much stuff like the different planets, counting to twenty-seven and spelling chewing gum. However, most afternoons, school gets a bit boring and they both end up sleeping in class. At such moments Billy wishes he could be a superhero.

If he was a superhero, Billy could save stray cats from trees, help old ladies across the street and make sure his class had a constant supply of chocolate. He could also count on Monster to confuse the bad guys with his fart powers!

One day at a fancy dress party, Billy and Monster come in contact with a thief whose been stealing people's jewelry. Will they let him get away or will their superhero powers save the day?

Get your copy today and find out how fart powers can be used for good in this funny book for kids of all ages. (Goodreads)

My Thoughts:

Billy and Monster go to school and learn all kinds of things but they find themselves growing bored as the day progresses. They wish that they could be superheroes rescuing cats and helping the elderly cross the street. Monster would be the side kick with fart powers.

One day, Billy's dad tells them about a criminal who is going around stealing people's jewelry. Billy and Monster go to a party when they see the thief. Will they be able to catch him in time and save the day?

This was a very cute and silly story. It had my daughter laughing. She keeps asking me "Mommy, can we read that book about magic farts again?" haha. We haven't read the first story about Billy and Monster yet but I'm sure my kids would enjoy it just as much as they did this one. Superheroes, fart powers, very cute illustrations, and a lesson about stealing . . . what more could you ask for in a children's book?! ;)

*I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.



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