Sample text for Walter, the farting dog / William Kotzwinkle and Glenn Murray ; illustrated by Audrey Colman.


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[OUTSIDE THE HOME]

Betty and Billy brought Walter home from the dog pound. “Nobody wanted him,” said Billy.

“But we love him,” said Betty.

“Well, he smells awful,” said their mother. “I think you’d better give him a bath.”

[IN THE BATHROOM]

Mother walked in and said, “He still smells awful.”

And that’s when they got the first clue. The tell-tale bubbles in the water.

“He’s probably just a little nervous,” said Mother, hopefully. “His stomach must be upset.”

But Walter’s stomach wasn’t upset. Walter’s stomach was fine. He felt perfectly normal. He just farted a lot.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Dogs -- Fiction.
Flatulence -- Fiction.