When Professor Kompressor attempts to cure Walter of his evil farting tendencies, the plan backfires. Instead of beign fart-free, Walter simply fills up with wind but he eventually floats high into the sky. He floats high above the world and knows the only way to come down is to fart but he's got severely trapped wind. Eventually he meets millions of butterflies who have been blown off course and are in danger of dying unless they can be blown back on course. Walter does come to the rescue, saving the butterflies and floating back to earth where he's picked up by a watchful park ranger. Everyone's delighted when he's reunited with his family - not least of all the deliverymen who've been suffering Walter's wind halfway across the country!
William Kotzwinkle is a celebrated satirist in the US as well as being author of several favourite books, including ET the Extra-Terrestrial and of course, the New York Times listed bestselling Walter the Farting Dog. He loives on an isalnd off the east coast of America.His co-author, Glenn Murray, is a supervisor for educational technology in Canada where he has also written radio dramas and articles on Canadian history.