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Good families don't
1990
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Good Families Don't is Munsch's funniest book yet, about a risqué subject that is guaranteed to have children--and adults--rolling in the aisles.

When Carmen tries to tell her parents that there is a big fart lying on her bed, they don't believe her.nbsp;nbsp;"Good families like ours," they tell her, "do not have farts."nbsp;nbsp;But when they go upstairs to see, the fart attacks them--as it does the similarly disbelieving police when they arrive.nbsp;nbsp;Carmen is left to deal with the situation on her own, which she does with the help of a rose.
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