Coming Soon

Catch a whiff from September 2012 – the Famous Farter is on his way…

David Boyle’s story of THE FAMOUS FARTER is an EXPLOSIVELY FUNNY, MOSTLY TRUE STORY of the artist Joseph Pujol, who takes Paris by storm in the 19th century.
He took to the stage at the Moulin Rouge, entertaining the crowds by making music with his very own, rather “original” instrument.

Published in September this year, the Famous Farter is an ideal, fun storybook for the whole family and will have everyone laughing out loud as they follow Joseph Pujol across Paris’ streets.

ISBN 978 1 90898 206 3

Paperback RRP £7.99

Coming to a nose near you very soon!

Have you heard the scentsational news? You will sniff them out soon enough…they’re coming!

The SPLOTZ!™ are a range of scented children’s books for children 3-6 years. They will launch in September this year as four collectable storybooks (RRP £2.99 each) containing nine smelly stickers.  The books centre on a group of cute characters, each with a distinct smell and personality to match. Kids will want to collect them all!

Can you help THEO find his sense of smell?

The little dog has lost his sense of smell…and adventures to different places to try and find it again.

Children accompany him on his smelly journey, from the park to the seaside, and can sniff out the rose bush, the sweets and the flowers he finds.
This lovely picture book comes with real smells that children can engage with and activate by touching the smells on the pages.

THEO will start his sniffing journey in September 2012.

ISBN 978 1 90898 204 9

Paperback RRP £6.99


One Comment on “Coming Soon”

  1. […] subject. And which do we think will be most successful with the digital natives of tomorrow? Why, The Story of the Famous Farter, of course. Some things never […]

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