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An explosive ode to the bonds of sisterhood, the time-honored tradition of hide and seek, and the hilarious gas we pass.

Everyone knows attics are the best place to play hide and seek on a rainy day. That is, unless your stomach is rumbling with a bubbly gas that you absolutely cannot keep in. When Baby sister lets one sneaky fart slip out, she betrays her hiding spot and begins the most phenomenal fart fest this attic has ever seen...

A battle of the good, the bad and the stinky, young readers will surely revisit Cute Toot time and again, improving their various mouth fart sounds with each read.


Breanna J. McDaniel is the author of picture books, Hands Up! and Impossible Moon. A proud alumna of Emory University and Simmons University, she holds a Ph.D. from Cambridge University, where she focused her research on surveillance and respectability politics in representations of Black children as food in contemporary picture books. She lives in Atlanta.

Olivia de Castro is an illustrator and graphic designer. She grew up in a Dominican-Colombian family in New Jersey and graduated from Pratt Institute with a degree in Communications Design. She has designed for companies like Plate Magazine, The Bad Collective, Abrams Books, Scholastic and Okayplayer.

Olivia's illustration style combines bold traditional line work and bright color palettes. People-watching on the subway in Brooklyn fueled her love for culturally diverse and expressive characters in storytelling. When she's not illustrating, you can find her binging true crime documentaries and cooking spicy food in her kitchen.


  • Publisher: Henry Holt & Company
  • Publish Date: April 23, 2024
  • Pages: 40
  • Dimensions: 10.35 X 10.26 X 0.38 inches | 0.99 pounds
  • Language: English
  • Type: Hardcover
  • EAN/UPC: 9781250881298
  • BISAC Categories: Family - Siblings, Humorous Stories, Imagination & Play


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