Fertilizer for the Funnybone Activity Book

Coloring and activity on the farm with Gary Guest.

Can you solve the puzzles and color within the lines? Can you name the farmer and his animals?

This coloring and activity book will keep you busy for hours and have you laughing at the same time.

$14.99

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About the Author

Gary Guest

“Meet Gary Guest.  His family and friends consider him a storyteller.  And now this storyteller is anxious to share his tales with the rest of the world.  In this, his first offering, “Fertilizer For The Funnybone,” Guest hopes to induce laughter from all its readers.  Some of the short stories and anecdotes will make you think and reflect on a simpler time not that many years ago.  Almost all of the content you find here centers around Guest’s agricultural life.
Gary and his wife Denise have called southern Illinois home all their lives in and around Washington County.  There they have raised four children and ten grandkids (so far).  Their small grain and cattle farm sustains their family and faith first lifestyle and creates more than enough incidents for the author to make fun of himself.  Gary loves making new friends and is fond of saying, “I have friends all over the world…Most of them I just haven’t met yet.”
You’ll make a new friend when you laugh along with Fertilizer For The Funnybone.

Reviews

Fertilizer For the Funnybone Activity Book Reviews

Fertilizer For the Funnybone Activity Book will tickle your funny-bone like the original Fertilizer For The Funnybone.

Moms and dads this is one you can share in the reading, coloring, and doing the puzzles. Anytime you have some spare time pick it up and do a couple of pages. It will give you hours of quality time to spend with your child or children. Get yours today. You'll have yourselves some fun and laughs. – Reviewed byCarol

 

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Back for the second round of belly roars, Gary Guest is still dishing up the humor by dishing on the hilarious events in his life as a farmer. Roll with Gary as he tells tales that are almost too funny to be true…but not quite…because most of them are true!