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It's a pleasant day for Furley the monkey until someone flings dung at him! Nobody is around to confess, so Furley goes on an investigation. "Who flung dung?!" Furley demands of Elephant and Rhinoceros. They deny everything, offended that Furley would think them capable of dung-flinging. Python and Crocodile didn't fling the dung, and neither did Lion or Vulture! So who was it? As Furley becomes more and more frustrated, readers will giggle more and more loudly. But even though he's frustrated, Furley's not going to give up. He's on a mission to find that dung-flinging culprit!
Even parents will delight in the quirky scatological humor of Ben Redlich's Who Flung Dung? Redlich's silly, sparse illustrations complement the story beautifully; both parents and children are sure to love the outraged faces of the animals accused of dung-flinging. This is a must-read for anyone who appreciates the humor of poop.
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Ben Redlich spent most of his childhood doodling, and now he feels lucky to be able to doodle for a living! Though he has illustrated over fifteen children's books, Who Flung Dung? is the first book that he both wrote and illustrated. When he's not writing or drawing, Redlich enjoys making puppets and playing the banjolele.From School Library Journal:
Gr 1-2–The title, unfortunately, says it all. Furley the monkey is sitting under a tree one day when a disgusting brown lump plops onto his head. He sets off to find out the culprit behind this filthy act. “Who flung dung?” he accusingly asks the elephant, python, crocodile, vulture, and other large beasts he encounters. Each animal gives him a rude reply until he finally returns to the scene of the crime and discovers his brother looking suspicious. The last page, unsurprisingly, shows Furley getting his payback. The jacket flap promises “scatological humor, silly illustrations, and crazy antics,” but the story is painfully unfunny. The mean-spirited text is accompanied by pictures of grotesque-looking animals surrounded by flies. Don't waste your money on this pointless story.–Martha Simpson, Stratford Library Association, CTα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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