Someone Farted

Someone Farted

Two words throw a family?s car trip into utter (and smelly) chaos in this hilarious story of denial from Bruce Eric Kaplan. The Krupkes are having a nice, peaceful Saturday morning drive to the grocery store when: it happens. Someone. Farts. The car is thrown into chaos. Sister turns against brother. Mom almost faints. Dad almost gets into an accident. The smell is so bad it? Two words throw a family?s car trip into utter (and smelly) chaos in this hilarious story of denial fro...

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Title:Someone Farted
Author:Bruce Eric Kaplan
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Genres:Childrens
ISBN:148149063X
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:48 pages pages

Someone Farted Reviews

  • Clarissa
    Jun 04, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

  • Kirsti
    May 16, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

  • CharityJ
    May 21, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

  • Kimberly
    May 30, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

  • Danielle
    Sep 08, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

    A childs story of the Krupke family and their driving adventure to the supermarket. Along their journey, Sally quietly says "someone farted". No one will admit who it was and as they argue a policeman pulls them over. An amusing childrens story!!!! Thank you Goodreads for this free boo...

    I thought it would be a funny story to read with my preschooler, but neither of us really enjoyed it. ...

  • Jason
    Apr 26, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

    A childs story of the Krupke family and their driving adventure to the supermarket. Along their journey, Sally quietly says "someone farted". No one will admit who it was and as they argue a policeman pulls them over. An amusing childrens story!!!! Thank you Goodreads for this free boo...

    I thought it would be a funny story to read with my preschooler, but neither of us really enjoyed it. ...

    Enjoyed the beginning, characters that students can relate to, surprised with the ending. ...

    of course the kids loved it from the title alone. ...

    A silly book. ...

    I won this book. It's crass and rather stupid, but that's the fun of it. It's a quick, nonsensical read. ...

    FINALLY A PICTURE BOOK ABOUT FARTING THAT IS ACTUALLY FUNNY!!! I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR SO LONG ...

  • Carolyn
    Apr 27, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

  • Peacegal
    Apr 16, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

  • Marissa Elera
    May 20, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

  • Amanda
    May 09, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

  • molliekay
    Apr 25, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

  • Ellon
    Sep 10, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

  • Silence
    Aug 13, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

  • Syntha Green
    Jun 01, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

    A childs story of the Krupke family and their driving adventure to the supermarket. Along their journey, Sally quietly says "someone farted". No one will admit who it was and as they argue a policeman pulls them over. An amusing childrens story!!!! Thank you Goodreads for this free boo...

    I thought it would be a funny story to read with my preschooler, but neither of us really enjoyed it. ...

    Enjoyed the beginning, characters that students can relate to, surprised with the ending. ...

    of course the kids loved it from the title alone. ...

    A silly book. ...

    I won this book. It's crass and rather stupid, but that's the fun of it. It's a quick, nonsensical read. ...

    FINALLY A PICTURE BOOK ABOUT FARTING THAT IS ACTUALLY FUNNY!!! I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR SO LONG ...

    This book was very short but it did make me laugh. ...

    LOL ...

    this book is so ridiculously silly- children who enjoy bathroom humor will love it. ...

  • Ann Williams
    Sep 22, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

    A childs story of the Krupke family and their driving adventure to the supermarket. Along their journey, Sally quietly says "someone farted". No one will admit who it was and as they argue a policeman pulls them over. An amusing childrens story!!!! Thank you Goodreads for this free boo...

    I thought it would be a funny story to read with my preschooler, but neither of us really enjoyed it. ...

    Enjoyed the beginning, characters that students can relate to, surprised with the ending. ...

  • Gloria
    May 30, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

    A childs story of the Krupke family and their driving adventure to the supermarket. Along their journey, Sally quietly says "someone farted". No one will admit who it was and as they argue a policeman pulls them over. An amusing childrens story!!!! Thank you Goodreads for this free boo...

    I thought it would be a funny story to read with my preschooler, but neither of us really enjoyed it. ...

    Enjoyed the beginning, characters that students can relate to, surprised with the ending. ...

    of course the kids loved it from the title alone. ...

    A silly book. ...

    I won this book. It's crass and rather stupid, but that's the fun of it. It's a quick, nonsensical read. ...

    FINALLY A PICTURE BOOK ABOUT FARTING THAT IS ACTUALLY FUNNY!!! I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR SO LONG ...

    This book was very short but it did make me laugh. ...

  • Elizabeth
    Jun 14, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

    A childs story of the Krupke family and their driving adventure to the supermarket. Along their journey, Sally quietly says "someone farted". No one will admit who it was and as they argue a policeman pulls them over. An amusing childrens story!!!! Thank you Goodreads for this free boo...

    I thought it would be a funny story to read with my preschooler, but neither of us really enjoyed it. ...

    Enjoyed the beginning, characters that students can relate to, surprised with the ending. ...

    of course the kids loved it from the title alone. ...

    A silly book. ...

    I won this book. It's crass and rather stupid, but that's the fun of it. It's a quick, nonsensical read. ...

    FINALLY A PICTURE BOOK ABOUT FARTING THAT IS ACTUALLY FUNNY!!! I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR SO LONG ...

    This book was very short but it did make me laugh. ...

    LOL ...

    this book is so ridiculously silly- children who enjoy bathroom humor will love it. ...

    A family that is quite frank about farting has a hilarious afternoon after someone lets one fly in the car. ...

  • Emily
    May 29, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

    A childs story of the Krupke family and their driving adventure to the supermarket. Along their journey, Sally quietly says "someone farted". No one will admit who it was and as they argue a policeman pulls them over. An amusing childrens story!!!! Thank you Goodreads for this free boo...

    I thought it would be a funny story to read with my preschooler, but neither of us really enjoyed it. ...

    Enjoyed the beginning, characters that students can relate to, surprised with the ending. ...

    of course the kids loved it from the title alone. ...

    A silly book. ...

    I won this book. It's crass and rather stupid, but that's the fun of it. It's a quick, nonsensical read. ...

  • Katie
    Jul 25, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

  • Stacy Fetters
    May 10, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

  • Pam Mooney
    Apr 17, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

  • Janelle Ortiz
    Jun 23, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

    A childs story of the Krupke family and their driving adventure to the supermarket. Along their journey, Sally quietly says "someone farted". No one will admit who it was and as they argue a policeman pulls them over. An amusing childrens story!!!! Thank you Goodreads for this free boo...

    I thought it would be a funny story to read with my preschooler, but neither of us really enjoyed it. ...

    Enjoyed the beginning, characters that students can relate to, surprised with the ending. ...

    of course the kids loved it from the title alone. ...

    A silly book. ...

    I won this book. It's crass and rather stupid, but that's the fun of it. It's a quick, nonsensical read. ...

    FINALLY A PICTURE BOOK ABOUT FARTING THAT IS ACTUALLY FUNNY!!! I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR SO LONG ...

    This book was very short but it did make me laugh. ...

    LOL ...

  • Laura
    Aug 19, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

    A childs story of the Krupke family and their driving adventure to the supermarket. Along their journey, Sally quietly says "someone farted". No one will admit who it was and as they argue a policeman pulls them over. An amusing childrens story!!!! Thank you Goodreads for this free boo...

    I thought it would be a funny story to read with my preschooler, but neither of us really enjoyed it. ...

    Enjoyed the beginning, characters that students can relate to, surprised with the ending. ...

    of course the kids loved it from the title alone. ...

  • Susan Csoke
    Apr 14, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

    A childs story of the Krupke family and their driving adventure to the supermarket. Along their journey, Sally quietly says "someone farted". No one will admit who it was and as they argue a policeman pulls them over. An amusing childrens story!!!! Thank you Goodreads for this free boo...

  • Gayle
    Apr 12, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

  • Isabel Smith
    Apr 24, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

  • Karen
    Jun 24, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...

    Apparently, when it comes to picture books I have the humor of a 5 year old because I thought this was hilarious. Doing a potty/tushy/underwear theme? This is the perfect book! The whole car scene reads very authentic. Kids will love it! ...

    A childs story of the Krupke family and their driving adventure to the supermarket. Along their journey, Sally quietly says "someone farted". No one will admit who it was and as they argue a policeman pulls them over. An amusing childrens story!!!! Thank you Goodreads for this free boo...

    I thought it would be a funny story to read with my preschooler, but neither of us really enjoyed it. ...

    Enjoyed the beginning, characters that students can relate to, surprised with the ending. ...

    of course the kids loved it from the title alone. ...

    A silly book. ...

  • Shari Weinand Keller
    Jun 21, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

  • Megan Durazo
    Jun 01, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

  • Andrea Kneeland
    May 11, 2018

    It's absurd, and I like it. "Clearly whoever it was, was still farting." ...

    I?m disappointed at the ending. I still have so many questions. My highlight was the waving inmates. ...

    I laughed, I sighed, it definitely wasn't me. (toot) ...

    Don't waste your time on this book. ...

    Rather like an existential short story for preschoolers. And yes, I needed to pump up my reading challenge list today, so this book jumped out at me while in the childrens' area... ...

    Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist, producer, and writer, has created a memorable and chuckle-worthy picture book in the vein of B.J. Novak's The Book With No Pictures . Children and adults alike can find something to like about Someone Farted , which follows the Krupke family's Saturda...

    Ummm... wow. *clears throat* That was the most awkward thing that I have ever read. The title alone is definitely something that catches your eye. The story left me wide eyed and giving my coworker the wtf is this stare. I honesty have no words to describe this. But I guess ...

    I love BEK and couldn't resist the title. This is silly, gross fun. The only thing I had trouble with was the idea that grocery shopping is boring. I adore grocery shopping--for me it's practically a hobby. ...

    A funny oddball book. ...

    This was a wild ride. Did not expect such a rollercoaster of emotion. ...

    The Krupke family is on their way to do their dreaded weekly food shopping. "Someone farted" says Sally, and everyone agrees after they took a whiff. They all claim they didn't do it! Well after a big ruckus (which included a policeman) they end up in jail. In the end everything gets s...

    So I got this from the library because I thought the title was funny. Then when I went to leave, the sensors beeped and when I looked up at the librarian questionably, she said ?somebody farted.? I handed over to book to get the sensor fixed but other patrons were definitely lookin...

    This is a very droll picture book. I am not sure how many kids would enjoy it (besides the obvious hilarity of farts so bad that they cause a chain reaction of disaster) but I had a good chuckle. The ending is a little bit of a letdown, but I suppose going back to normal life after a d...

    So funny! I loved the story ... reminds me of some children's classics I have read. My kids couldn't resist trying to copy some of the lines... of course they would. I am sure there are a few merry fellows that will gift this book to an office mate. The illustrations were cute and adde...

    I read this title today in story time for a 'silly' theme. The children seemed to enjoy it enough to pay attention, but I don't think they were able to understand the humor (though the adults did). This might be a better read for school age kids. ...

    This could have been our family... it all started with two little words ?Someone Farted? then it?s all downhill from there. Quality literature? Not at all but it was a hilarious read especially when read by daddy! ...

    The illustrations look like doodles on a placemat, but the story is laugh-out-loud hilarous. It captured that especially British quality of being completely droll while getting increasingly wacky and bizarre. I guess you need a certain sense of humor to like this book. ...

    Somewhat mean-spirited, disappointing illustrations, unfunny (in what should be a slam-dunk subject for funny). The biggest problem, though, is the incorporation of police and jail time, a plot point that could trigger intense fear for some kids who were looking for a silly book. ...