Glitterbutt the Farting Unicorn
Ivy Erickson (Author)
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DescriptionEveryone knows that horses fart. Donkeys definitely fart. But royal unicorns?
Glitterbelle is a new recruit to the princess's royal team of unicorns. She's expected to be regal and lovely and perfect all the time, but she's hiding a very interesting secret--she happens to be a frequent and fervent farter. No matter how brilliant and rainbow-y her toots may be, she worries that one day they will cause a big stink in the royal court. She can try to muffle the sound with layers and layers of pants or conceal the magnificent glitter cloud that emerges behind her, but even Glitterbelle knows that secrets, like farts, have a way of squeaking out. When Glitterbelle's worst fear comes true on Unicorn Training Day and her glorious glittering rainbow farts leave the royal family blushing with embarrassment and her fellow unicorns laughing in scorn, she is cast out of the castle with the unfortunate nickname "Glitterbutt." With her unicorn dreams dashed, Glitterbelle must wander the forests and villages in search of acceptance, respect, and the confidence to be who she really is. This uplifting story about the struggle to fit in and the joy of finding true friends will have children laughing and learning at the same time.
May 16, 2023
0.0 X 0.0 X 0.0 inches | 1.02 pounds
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About the Author
Ivy Erickson is a fourth-grade teacher who developed her potty humor growing up with four older brothers. She loves finding new ways to make reading fun for kids. She lives in Columbus, Ohio where she takes care of two stubborn collies and, occasionally, the classroom turtle.
"Glitterbutt the Farting Unicorn is a spectacularly sweet and playful story about loving yourself and all your quirks, even when you feel like the odd one out. This adorable journey teaches little readers that when one unicorn points their snout up at you, you can find the power inside yourself to just not give a toot." --Monica Sweeney, author of How the Crayons Saved the Rainbow