Fart Quest: The Dragon's Dookie (Hardcover)
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This is book number 3 in the Fart Quest series.
Another fart-tastic installment in the middle-grade adventure series by #1 New York Times bestselling author Aaron Reynolds and illustrator Cam Kendell.
The Great and Powerful Kevin has a new quest for our heroes…seek out another disgusting ingredient for his mysterious project.
High in the Frostflung Mountains lies the lair of a fearsome dragon named Glacierbane. Pan, Moxie, Fart and TickTock must venture there and fish a dragon-digested object from deep within a pile of dragon doo.
But Pan isn’t having it. She’s not sure why, but she doesn’t trust Kevin. But when she learns of a kidnapped prince that needs rescuing from Glacierbane, suddenly this quest seems a whole lot more heroic.
Our young heroes will face their toughest challenges yet as they team up with a valiant knight, brave the air-islands of Frostflung, fight yetis and snow goblins, solve puzzles and riddles, face a dragon, and seek the poo they need.
About the Author
Aaron Reynolds is a New York Times bestselling author of many highly acclaimed books for kids, including Carnivores, Chicks and Salsa, Joey Fly, Nerdy Birdy, and the Caldecott Honor winning Creepy Carrots! He lives in the Chicago area with his wife, two kids, four cats, and between three and ten fish, depending on the day.
Cam Kendell is the creator of such comics as Choose Your Gnome Adventure, Mortimer B. Radley: the Case of the Missing Monkey Skull, and Flopnar the Bunbarian and artist for board games like D&D’s Dungeon Mayhem: Monster Madness and 5-Minute Mystery. When not drawing gnomes and/or goblins Cam enjoys birding, rocking on the accordion, loosing at board games, and hiking in the beautiful Utah mountains with his wife and four children, hoping to see a black bear... from a safe distance.
"An entertaining, action-packed fantasy series that will appeal to readers of Max Brallier’s “Last Kids on Earth” books." —School Library Journal
"Fart’s whimsical, first-person perspective thrusts readers into the fantastical Fourteen Realms as they follow his growth as a mage and friend." —Kirkus