The dragon's dookie

Aaron Reynolds, 1970-

Book - 2022

"High in the Frostflung Mountains lies the lair of a fearsome dragon named Glacierbane. Pan, Moxie, Fart, and TickTock must venture there and fish a dragon-digested object from deep within a pile of dragon doo. But Pan isn't having it. She's not sure why, but she doesn't trust Kevin. But when she learns of a kidnapped prince that needs rescuing from Glacierbane, suddenly this quest seems a whole lot more heroic"--

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Subjects
Genres
Action and adventure fiction
Fantasy fiction
Humorous fiction
Published
New York : Roaring Brook Press 2022.
Language
English
Main Author
Aaron Reynolds, 1970- (author)
Other Authors
Cam Kendell (illustrator)
Edition
First edition
Item Description
"When duty calls, Fart answers"--Cover.
Physical Description
271 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
ISBN
9781250206442
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Review by Kirkus Book Review

A trio of heroes prove themselves yet again. After a month of recharging in the village of Conklin, Fart, Moxie, and Pan are ready to get back to work, and they are soon contacted by the Great and Powerful Kevin for yet another ridiculous quest. This time, however, Pan is apprehensive of Kevin's purpose for these magical artifacts and wants no part in his schemes--and her friends back her up. Until Kevin offers Pan something she cannot decline: a chance to see her deceased mother one more time. The brave trio--and TickTock, their phibling friend--venture to the highest peak of the Frostflung mountains to find the dragon Glacierbane and search his poop for a supercharged magical item. Along the way they meet pink-haired noble knight Seraphim and Sparkles, her talking spoonicorn (not to be mistaken for a unicorn). Fart doesn't know if he's jealous or if his instincts are correct, but something feels not quite right about them. Either way, hazardous happenings await as they battle shroomies, bots, and more, all the while learning to be better friends and making new ones. Fart's whimsical, first-person perspective thrusts readers into the fantastical Fourteen Realms as they follow his growth as a mage and friend. Although somewhat formulaic, the story is still an enjoyably amusing read that will keep readers immersed in its brisk pace. Final illustrations not seen. Fans of the series will enjoy this latest entry. (map) (Fantasy. 8-12) Copyright (c) Kirkus Reviews, used with permission.

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