by Kathleen Krull and Paul Brewster
illustrated by Boris Kulikov
The explosive story of Joseph Pujol, who discovered an innate ability to control his sphincter. He became a big hit at the Moulin Rouge in Paris, where he entertained the crowd with sounds from his derrière.
Krull's verses don't always work, but the hilarious illustrations are a delight. For fans of bodily humour and Walter the Farting Dog. Unlike Walter, however, Pujol's talent was definitely not stinky!