Join author Aaron Reynolds for a read-aloud of the first book in Fart Quest, his middle-grade fantasy adventure series that’s jam-packed with potty humor, feats of bravery, and a metric buttload of monsters — with illustrations throughout by Cam Kendell. Book 3 in the series, Fart Quest: The Dragon’s Dookie, is now available — it’s the perfect time to introduce your young readers to this gut-busting series that will blow them away! Plus, look out for Book 4, Fart Quest: The Troll’s Toe Cheese, coming September 2022!
From bestselling author (and real-life Dungeon Master) Aaron Reynolds comes a Dungeons & Dragons inspired fantasy adventure series for middle-grade readers.
When their masters go POOF in a goblin battle gone bad, three young apprentices — a monk, a warrior, and a mage named Fart — strike out on their own to become fearless heroes of great renown. But before they can truly call themselves heroes, the hapless trio must embark on a series of adventures that will test their courage, their wits… and their noses.
Praise for Fart Quest:
★ “Stay tuned for further gassy exploits.” —Booklist, starred review
“The humorous writing, wacky names, lively, cartoonlike illustrations, and simple text will especially appeal to reluctant readers.” —Kirkus Reviews
“An entertaining, action-packed fantasy series that will appeal to readers of Max Brallier’s Last Kids on Earth books.” —School Library Journal
“This is a happily silly introduction to the world of fantasy and tabletop gaming, and Fart is sure to fight his way into readers’ hearts, especially with the promise of plenty more adventures.” —The Bulletin for the Center of Children’s Books (BCCB)
“If you love fantasy, funny humor, flatulence, and friends, then Aaron Reynolds has written the perfect book for you!” —Dan Santat, author and illustrator of After the Fall
“Aaron Reynolds, along with sumptuous illustrations by Cam Kendall, has masterfully crafted a love letter to Humor and Fantasy in the form of an adventure that itself takes us back to our childhoods when every day was a quest to find acceptance, understanding, and, perhaps most importantly, friendship. I sincerely look forward to future installments with relish.” —Nick Bruel, creator of the Bad Kitty series