I Can't, I Won't, No Way!: A Book For Children Who Refuse to Poop
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I look forward to more reads of Everybody Poops! (Everybody Potties)! and other books by this delightful author. Shows many other people in different careers with their uniforms on so you can tell them apart but they all poop. Everyone Poops. Trans. Amanda Mayer Stinchecum. La Jolla: Kane/Miller, 2001. ISBN 1-929132-14-X. New York: Scholastic, 2004. ISBN 0-439-72659-X.
Would Poop Here Again, Funny Five Star Review Printed on Spiral Notebook. Funny IBS Notebook. Spiral Notebook - Ruled Line Nicola Davies's seemingly boundless enthusiasm for studying animals of all kinds has led her around the world--and fortunately for young readers, she is just as excited about sharing her interests through picture books. The zoologist's latest offering puts a decidedly quirky twist on her years of experience: POOP: A NATURAL HISTORY OF THE UNMENTIONABLE is a fun, fact-filled guide to the fascinating world of poop across species. "As a zoologist, you are never far from poop!" the writer explains. "I've baked goose poop in an oven with my dinner, looked at bat poop under the microscope, and had my T-shirt stained pink with blue-whale poop. I was obviously fated to write this book."My 7 year old daughter now knows she doesn't have to hide it anymore to say the least... pooping, anyhow.
Brief description- This illustrated picture book provides a history of animals’ body waste, to include humans, animals, and types of bugs and insects. Humor is added to maintain audience engagement. Ok, I admit it, I'm a poopafile. I don't like smelling or dealing with it, but I love to talk about it. (My husband finds this incredibly attractive, as you can imagine!) So when I was a Von's near the Purdue campus recently I could resist buying it. Of course I bought it under the guise that I was getting it for my friend's boys (which I am, but I had to read it first!) a b Gennari, Jennifer. "Book Review: Everyone Poops". Disney Family Entertainment . Retrieved 2009-02-15.
A funny and educational book that takes the shame out of pooping, because everybody poops — even astronauts and fish. Sure, it may give your child (or you) a few giggles, but the message couldn’t be clearer — this is just a normal body function that all of us have in common.
The author is determined to put the message across to her young readers in Everybody Poops. It felt a little repetitive to me. But, thankfully, the book’s not for me. I poop perfectly well! But, for a young child, repetition is important to learning. The author plays on this well. As with a picture book, illustrations provide additional benefit to the storyline. Clearly marked illustrations help to solidify understanding of the visuals. Adding humor to factual information such as “Sloppy or hard, skinny or fat, all this poop has a purpose: it’s the way animals get rid of waste.” helped to maintain audience attention.This cute, funny, and maybe a tad bit disturbing illustrated has a great message to help who is learning about poop - Everybody poops.