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    Better Out Than in


    An awesomly gross book full of funny rhyming little tales like Valeries Vomit, Peters Pimple and Nancys Nose. This little gem covers all the profound dinner party conversations at the childs table. Yes ...while the adults bore themselves silly with their talk of politics and religion, the children crack themselves up telling gross stories, making fart noises, and showing each other the food that theyre chewing. Add some hilarity to your life, even if you are an adult. Read this book and see if you dont smile. Read the Warning & Disclaimer first. Go on. We dare you! Its fun, its funny, and it might even give the adults something to talk about at their dinner parties that will bring children into their conversations.

    Adam Wallace is an author and cartoonist who loves writing and drawing ... this is lucky ... because hes an author and cartoonist who writes and draws!
    Adams passion is to bring excitement and energy and humour and joy to children (of all ages!) through his books and videos.
    He spends his non-writing time thinking about writing and going to as many live music shows as he can. Hes also teaching himself piano, and is about to take on the ukulele as well. Adams books include inspiring novels (The Pete McGee series), How to Draw books (Rhymes with Art), gross short stories (The Better Out Than In series), and funny, hilarious, crack-you-up books (Jamie Brown is NOT Rich).

    Over 13,000 copies have been sold. Fantastic response from parents of autistic and dyslexic children. Challenging enough but not too hard for reluctant readers. On the Victorian Premiers Reading Challenge List.

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