This charming little book may t qualify as a mystery, but its title seems intriguing eugh to unravel the vagueness behind it. It is a great tool to wipe away the ills of the world in a single afteron. It will make you chuckle and sometimes laugh aloud as the story unwinds, but there are also moments of sadness, because it is indeed a real-life story. With the title like My Fanny, you may wonder if the story is about a long-lost, true love or a girl in a white dress and polished shoes going to her first communion. Or is it a mischievous tomboy hiding behind this incence--or worse? Could a demon hide behind such sweetness? It definitely is t about the fanny that is part of the body, which one rmally refers to as derriere or buttocks. In most cases, that subject would t warrant eugh material to write about. There is a little treasure hidden where you least expect it. Its value and its uses are immeasurable. It is an easy read for youngsters from six to ninety-six. Best of all, it is a heartwarming, delightful interaction of mixed company. The illustrations give credence to the truth of this wonderful tale. In this book, I am sure you will encounter total relaxation and pleasure by the time you finish the last page.