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Publication Order of Fart Dictionaries and Toot Along Stories Books

Freddie The Farting Snowman (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Harvey The Heart Had Too Many Farts (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Larry The Farting Leprechaun (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Gary The Goose And His Gas On The Loose (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Dad And Me Setting Farts Free (2021)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

About Jane Bexley

The children’s author Jane Bexley is a writer who’s both funny and entertaining, writing a number of extremely engaging stories that delight her many young readers around the world. Knowing and understanding her audience, she really is a writer that definitely knows what she’s doing, entertaining and educating in equal measure. She does all of this with a strong sense-of-humor, making her readers laugh, while also providing them with a love of reading. Coupling this with her inventive illustrations, she’s a writer who appeals to many around the world, resonating with young readers regardless of their background.

Using silly fun humor with ridiculous premises her stories are often hilarious, making them entertaining for both children and parents to enjoy. Her writing is also easily accessible, grabbing the audience instantly, making her ideas straightforward and simple to follow. There’s a lot at the heart of each of her books, as they’re definitely stories that are enduring, while also being fun too. Setting herself apart from other writers within her field, she’s extremely unique, with a voice that is individual entirely to her.

Reaching readers from all around the world, Bexley is definitely a talented writer and illustrator, creating a lot of fun unique characters. Many of her characters stay with the reader long after they’ve put the book down as well, leaving a lasting impact upon the audience. This is something she has excelled at over the years, really coming a long way in a relatively short amount of time. Continuing her work it’s clear that there’s definitely a lot more to come still, as she will carry on publishing for many years to follow.

Early and Personal Life

Continually interested in literature from early on, Jane Bexley would always be hugely fascinated with the written word. Creating designs and images herself, she would build upon her craft throughout the years, establishing a name for herself as an author. Learning and understanding her craft, she would develop her own style, making a name for herself that was different and unique.

It was also her sense-of-humor that would come to shape much of her outlook and how she would approach her art. This would feed into her work, allowing it to become what readers known and appreciate her for today as a children’s writer. With a lot more to follow still, she continues to write and create to this present day, with plenty more planned on the horizon.

Writing Career

Starting out in 2020, Jane Bexley would begin her writing career with her ‘Toots and Farts’ series of children’s stories. This would see her subsequently produce a number of them that were well received by children from around the world. Illustrating them herself, they would feature lively characters with ridiculous humor that made countless readers laugh.

With many different themes and ideas for each of her books, they would be imaginative, with several of them being brought out fairly close together. This would lead to Bexley gaining the popularity that she currently has today, with her audience continually growing all the time. Setting herself apart from other writers within her field, she maintains a presence, as more books are expected to follow.

Freddie The Farting Snowman

Originally published through the Kindle platform in 2020, this would first come out on the 27th of October. It would also be the first in the ‘Toots and Farts’ series of children’s picture books, making for a bright and lively collection. Accessible to all ages, it’s simple to read with a fun and inventive story that’s engaging on many different levels.

This is a funny and engaging book that’s not too rude, with plenty of lively illustrations that really deliver an engaging story. Younger readers will love its use of potty humor that tells a silly story, all while developing a love of reading at the same time. The characters are also charming, as they carry the reader along in a heartfelt and witty manner that carries the story well.

It’s a well known fact that apparently all snowmen fart, particularly Freddie who especially has a serious case of flatulence. Following him as the lead character, he comes to learn how he deals with farting, coping with it on a daily basis. Looking at many different styles of fart, from the ‘Farticle Collider’ to the ‘Arctic Blast,’ he finds this all out in a straightforward manner. Just where will his farting take him? Can he seriously cope with it all? What exactly will become of Freddie the Farting Snowman?

Gary The Goose And His Gas On the Loose

This would initially come out in 2021 on the 18th of February, and it would be another entry in the ‘Fart Dictionaries and Toot Along Stories.’ Similar to Jane Bexley’s previous books it would contain humor that largely ran in a highly similar vein to before. Knowing her audience well at this stage, it uses a similar style of illustration too, as it’s bright and comes to life off the page.

Once again the story uses potty humor allowing the reader to have a lot of fun, with plenty of entertaining characters along the way. Using rhymes to carry its narrative, it flows along the page in a simple to follow style that’s extremely easy for a young audience to read. The descriptions are well paced giving it a sense of rhythm, as well as a sense-of-humour, giving the book a lot of heart and warmth.

Gary is a goose and he has a serious case of flatulence, which has become a problem, scaring any potential friends away. What he needs to do is figure out what is causing his farting, looking into it in the hope that he can prevent it from happening further. This is told in a rhyming style, as he comes to learn what friendship means, all while dealing with his problem. Can he stop himself from continuing to fart? Will he be able to make any friends? What will become of Gary the Goose and his gas on the loose?

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