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Gaspar the Flatulating Ghost

Gaspar the Flatulating Ghost Gaspar lives in a vacant house When the house is sold and Mr and Mrs Stone move in with their two young boys he is thrilled to have a new family until he discovers no one can see him After several

  • Title: Gaspar the Flatulating Ghost
  • Author: Teresa Burrell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gaspar lives in a vacant house When the house is sold and Mr and Mrs Stone move in, with their two young boys, he is thrilled to have a new family, until he discovers no one can see him.After several attempts to get their attention, he finally gives up and goes to bed only to discover that sometimes wishes come true.

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    1. Let me predicate my review with two confessions:1. I don't have nor ever desired to have any children, and,2. I received this ebook direct from the author in return for the promise of a review.Children, or it seems to me from my limited relationship with nieces, nephews and the children of friends, love anything to do with bodily functions, so I am sure they will love the story of Gaspar the Flatulating Ghost.Parents will also love it as it gives them an opening to discuss subjects such as frien [...]

    2. When I was a little girl I heard Captain Kangaroo read a book. I loved it and pestered my parents until they purchased it for me. I couldn't read yet but I just had to have it. I've kept it for about 55 years and still like to read it to children. It started my lifelong love of reading. Gaspar The Flatulating Ghost is that kind of book.The book will grab a child's attention and keep it. It's amusing and yet educational. I love the fact that Ms Burrell doesn't "dumb it down" just because it's a c [...]

    3. What can I say except my 3 year old granddaughter and I love this book. The story is cute and with bright colors in the illustration it really held her interest. She giggled throughout the book, was sad because no one could see Gaspar, and really laughed when her Oma said the word "farted". And then we had to read it 4 more times. I would say this book is one to add to the library for children. I received this from the author for an honest review.

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