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How many times do you have to tell your child to get their finger out of their nose? Here is a fun way for children to learn why sticking their finger up their nose is not a good idea. After reading this book, "Fingerton, the Monster Visits Snotsville" you will never look at another running nose the same.

Author: Lynnda Robinson

Illustrator: Ronaldo Florendo

Pages: 38

Language: English

Size: 8.5 x 11"


5.0 out of 5 stars Reading for pleasure at it's finest!  - Shermaine Perry

It's a fun concept that any child will love to read. I laughed and eagerly turned the pages to learn about the booger characters. I highly recommend grabbing a few copies for any children's book club.



5.0 out of 5 stars Did you know boogers can talk? - Sybrina Durant

The one in this book not only talks, it knows a lot of stuff! Yes, Chris Crustybooger has some important things to tell you about the snot in your nose. Fun fact: did you know the purpose of snot is to rid your nostrils of things like dust and  germs? Not so fun fact: did you know that digging boogers out of your nose with your finger causes more germs. Yes, your finger is like a monster to the little snotties living in the tunnels of your nose. Fingerton does not belong in Snotsville! This story offers such a fun and clever way to teach your child a little bit about what happens in the most prominent part of their face. Ronaldo Florendo's renditions of Lynnda Robinson's little boogers are just too cute!

Fingerton,the Monster Visits Snotsville

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