Everyone Poops by Taro Gomi is part biology textbook, part sociological treatise and all celebration of a very natural process. Both my daughters begged me to read the book over and over again. They marveled at the enormity of the elephant`s poop and searched with the skill of a scientist for the tiny specks which represent bug poop. The text is simple and straightforward but not without humor.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 10/1/2001Pages: 27Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
This engaging lift-the-flap book shows children that all creatures have a place to poop: tigers in the jungle, kangaroos in the outback, and monkeys in the rain forest. With the aid of this playful book, your child will see that he or she has a place to poop, too. While reinforcing the concept of toilet training, Where's the Poop? gives children the confidence they need. This engaging lift-the-flap book shows children that all creatures have a place to poop: tigers in the jungle, kangaroos in the outback, and monkeys in the rain forest. Book Details:Format: Publication Date: 3/1/2004Pages: 20Reading Level: Age 1 and Up
We call it a waste product, but poop can also be bricks to build a house, fuel to power a trip to Mars, wipes for a baby's bottom, buttons for your next sweater. Poop? YES! POP! And that's not all. Birds drop it as bombs. Mole-rats use it as a password. Sharks track their prey with it. People cook with it, sculpt with it, and even use it as a Frisbee! While we politely avoid the subject, amazing things are happening in digestive tracts all over the world. Kids (and adults too!) will be captivated by the astounding facts contained in this fascinating book, featuring hilarious illustrations.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 1/1/2007Pages: 48Reading Level: Age 7 and Up
Did lead pipescause the fall of the Roman Empire? How many toilets were in theaverage Egyptian pyramid? How did a knight wearing fiftypounds of armor go to the bathroom? Was poor hygiene the last strawbefore the French Revolution? Did Thomas Crapper really inventthe modern toilet? How do astronauts goin space? History finally comes out of the water-closet inthis exploration of how people's need to relieve themselves shaped humandevelopment from ancient times to the present. Throughout time, the mostsuccessful civilizations were the ones who realized that everyone poops, and theyhad better figure out how to get rid of it! From the world's first flushing toiletinvented by ancient Minoan plumbers to castle moats in the middle ages thatused more than just water to repel enemies, Sarah Albee traces humancivilization using one revolting yet fascinating theme. A blend of historical photos and humorous illustrationsbring the answers to these questions and more to life, plus extra-gross sidebar information adds to the potty humor. This is bathroom reading kids, teachers,librarians, and parents won't be able to put down!Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 5/11/2010Pages: 176Reading Level: Age 10 and Up
Two favorite backlist titles combined into one sidesplitting middle grade nonfiction book!We call them waste products, but poop and pee are essential to our everyday lives. Did you know the chemicals in pee can be used to reduce city smog? Or that poop can fuel a trip to Mars? While we politely avoid the subject, amazing things are happening in digestive tracts all over the world, and you won't believe some of the gross-but-true details! Kids (and adults too!) will be captivated by the astounding facts contained in this fascinating book with hilarious illustrations!Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 3/6/2014Pages: 144Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Every grownup knows that there is one universal topic that fascinates children without exception: poop and pee. But what they may not know is that throughout history, the products of our bladder and bowels have helped us to build houses, wash and dye our clothes, fertilize crops, treat illnesses, solve crimes, control pollution, and create fuel, energy, and explosives. With just the right amount of humor, this book uncovers the fascinating stories behind mankind's ingenious use of this most natural of resources, and young readers will love pouring over the droll illustrations and endearing characters that populate the pages. From wizards using 'magical urine', to soldiers fighting with exploding piles of dung, pee-wielding beauty therapists, and much, much more--this book uncovers the history and the science behind the one topic that unites us, young and old. Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 10/30/2012Pages: 48Reading Level: Age 7 and Up
Get ready for more freak-out-your-parents-and-friends factsDid you know there are frogs with hearts that can be seen beating through their skin? Cockroaches that can be directed by remote control? And insects who drink their own offsprings' blood? These are just a few of the bizarrly engrossing, disgusting, and squirm-inducing facts about animals that will be shared with fascinated and disgusted audiences once kids get their hands on this book.
A noted zoologist teams up with a playful illustrator to present a fun, fact-filled guide to the fascinating (if not fragrant) world of poop across species.Hippos navigate by it, sloths keep in touch through it, dung beetles eat it . . . and most grownups would rather not to mention it. Meanwhile, scientists who study animal feces find out all sorts of things, such as how many insects a bat eats or just what technique a T. rex used to devour a triceratops 70 million years ago. However you look at it, poop is the quintessential prototype for recycling and probably the most useful stuff on earth. Take a peek at POOP and find out all you need to know — what it's for, where it goes, and how much we can learn from it.From the Hardcover edition.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 3/22/2011Pages: 64Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Did you know:Elephants poop enough to fill the trunk of a family car ... every day?Fossilized poop is called coprolite and scientists have found coprolites even older than the dinosaurs?Termite colonies use their own poop to help build castles as tall as a house?Award-winning author and photographer Wayne Lynch takes a fun and scientific look at poop in the animal world. Children will be fascinated to find out that some wild animals eat their dung, others use it to send messages or mark their territory, and some even squirt it on themselves to cool off!Filled with amazing facts, animal stories, and colour photographs, The Scoop on Poop will change the way you look at droppings forever. So join Dr. Lynch as he dishes out the scoop on poop, facts on feces, tips on turds, data on dung, and the goods on guano.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 9/26/2001Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Ryan is scared to use the potty. He is afraid to have a poop, because he's afraid it's going to hurt. He does NOT want to go. This story, along with Ryan's "poop program," will help young children gain the confidence they need to overcome this common problem and establish healthy habits. Includes a Note to Parents by the author.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 6/1/2007Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
Baby Blues transcends the comic page by fusing the award-winning imaginations of Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott with familiar family life. Inside Eat, Cry, Poop: Baby Blues Scrapbook 28, Kirkman and Scott intuitively balance the humorous with the poignant through relatable and sometimes all-too-familiar parenting scenes.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 11/15/2011Pages: 128
Left by an animal long ago, this durable doo-doo survived the long journey through the ages. It started out stinky, but now it's frozen, dried or turned to rock. To a scientist, it's anything but gross -- it's a priceless artifact that can help piece together the puzzle of ancient life. Funny and informative, Jurassic Poop is flush with amazing facts, stories and activities. Learn how to spot ancient poop imposters. Meet dung detectives getting to the bottom of history's hind-end mysteries. Find out how poop gets preserved and discover what it can tell us about dinosaurs, humans and many other animals from long ago. So hold your nose and take a journey back in time to see what tales ancient poop has to tell.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 8/1/2006Pages: 40Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
The New Parents' Fun Book Laugh yourself silly! Give parents something to laugh about during baby's first year. A good laugh is just what they need! This keepsake book is a far cry from any baby book or album you've ever seen before. Fun twists on obvious baby memory book topics - and the highly unusual too Curseword Puzzle Nap-Off Board Game Book of Firsts Family Tree Fun with Poop Odd Puzzles & Games Much More Filled with activities, crafts, games, puzzles and fun things to do. A great baby gift or shower gift. Makes a hilarious keepsake! New Parent's Fun Book Give parents something to laugh about during baby's first year & for years to come Fun book filled with a variety of activities and games for new parents Creative variations on logging important milestones, documenting a family tree Includes activities, puzzles, games, crafts and much more A fun gift for a baby shower or new parents
There's this boy. Let's say he's somewhere between nine and thirteen years old or so. You'd like to see this kid get creative. You'd like to see him get some exercise. You'd like to see him get out from in front of the television. And you'd love for him to be motivated enough to find some stuff to do on his own.This boy NEEDS The Big Book of Boy Stuff!This thick, durable book includes fascinating chapters on gross stuff, magic, emergencies, fireworks, games, experiments, jokes, activities, insults, pets, flying things, and, of course, duct tape.Boys can learn fun experiments such as how to create a "Monster in a Box" using a shoebox, a flowerpot, and a potato. Next, they an work on building a pneumatic rocket made out of a lip balm tube and air. The sky is truly the limit when it comes to these fun and entertaining projects. No boyhood is complete without a copy! The Big Book of Boy Stuff has all the important information that boys just have to know: How can I make a rocket? What do I do if I get a bean stuck up my nose? How can I make lightning without killing myself? Where can I find new practical jokes? What is the best way to poop outside? How do I tell a girl I like her? Why would I tell a girl I like her? How many mosquitoes does it take to suck all the blood out of a person? What's that smell? . . . and many, many more! The veteran of many water-balloon wars, Bart King has twice won the prized "Arrested Development" award from the New York Society of Amateur Psychologists. He has been a middle-school teacher for the past fifteen years. This is his first book, unless you count that other one he wrote. Bart has interviewed hundreds of the country's wisest guys and smartest alecks for the incredible material in The Big Book of Boy StuffBook Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 7/15/2004Pages: 312
Warning: This book contains bathroom humor. Take one of the most significant milestones in a child's life'potty training'add loads of silliness, and the result is the perfect book for the toilet-training set (and their parents). Potty Palooza is a fun and informative step-by-step guide that kids will love to hear read aloud as they sit on the potty. Written from the perspective of an eager and curious toddler (and, unlike other potty-training books, designed to teach both boys and girls), this charmingly illustrated book celebrates every successful trip to the bathroom with a potty palooza and stars an endearing and quirky cast of characters: potty hippos, who gather when you use too much toilet paper; space aliens, who zoom in to try to use your potty; a wild elephant; and the Poop Police, who issue Mom or Dad a ticket for sounding too silly when singing the Potty Song. Toddlers will giggle as they learn the answers to all their questions: Will I fall in? (No, you're way too big.) How often will I be using the potty? (As often as you feel like you need to poop or pee.) Is it true that everyone poops, even the president of the United States? (Yes, everyone poops!)Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 5/7/2013Pages: 30Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
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