Walter the Farting Dog by William Kotzwinkle | LibraryThingI should have known better, I really should have. The storyline is basic but compelling. Young children Billy and Betty go to the dog pound where they fall in love with Walter, a dog whom no one else wants. His need wilts their hearts and they bring him home to Father and Mother. The dog is excessively flatulent. During eating, sleeping, play time, bath time, and really just all the time, Walter has an excessive gas problem.
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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. It became quickly obvious that Glenn Murray was not your average children's author when his e-mail containing the sound files for five varieties of flatulence arrived. The airy expulsions had been forwarded to Murray, the New Brunswick writer who penned Walter, The Farting Dog , from Japan, where toy-makers were anxiously awaiting his choice of the perfect toot to accompany the forthcoming Walter whoopee plush toy. But Murray, and writing partner William Kotzwinkle, could not decide which of the farts they best liked. Some were louder than others. One had a deeper pitch, another a faster fire.
Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you'll like this book. JaniceBrody Aug 20, To use this book for synthesizing worked very well as the story progresses you can see how your thinking changes on every page. Never judge a book only by its cover, even if it smells really bad. It's a great story for young children not only for learning about flatulence, which is a big word used in the story, but for learning about how important family pets are no matter what comes along with them. MollyMcConaughey Mar 15, Funny fictional story about a dog that has gas problems, that children love no matter what. Despite the dog becoming a annoyance due to his constant flatulence, the mother and father accepted Walter the dog after they woke in the morning and found out the dog saved the family's possessions from being robed and protecting the family.