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  • Comedy, Humor, Short story, Comics, Fiction narrative
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    Lucas Keijning Dutch, English, German, Other Language Comedy, Humor, Short story, Comics, Fiction narrative
  • Sun, 18 Feb 2018
  • Sat, 19 Oct 2019

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  • Mr. and Mrs. Slob

  • Excerpt:

    Mr. Slob farts all the time and Mrs. Slob munches continuously. They drive each other crazy. But they both have a plan to let the other one stop their gross behavior. A story about sticky candy, dry biscuits and rotten eggs.

    The story is aimed at kids of 5 years and up, but adults like it a lot as well. The book is narrated by American-Dutch comedian Greg Shapiro. And every image gives a funny noise when clicked.

    Available on iTunes

    The author would like to get in contact with agents or publishers in English speaking countries to see if they would be interested to publish a hardcover version of the book.