From the author of Dragon Stew, Steve Smallman and illustrator, Ada Grey (Shh! Don't Wake the Royal Baby). If you like this book, then you'll LOVE Cock-a-Doodle-Poo, also by Steve Smallman
Author: Steve Smallman
“There was tiger poo, lion poo, prickly porcupine poo, Plummeting giraffe poop that landed with a splat. Dollops of gnu poo, bouncy kangaroo poo, A trail of drippy droppings from a fat wombat!” Zoo Keeper Bob is exhausted. There’s too much poo in the zoo – and he’s the one who has to scoop it up. Then one day, a mysterious glowing poo appears! Could it be alien poop from outer space? And what on EARTH will Bob do with it? Perfect for fans of The Dinosaur who Pooped the Planet, children will laugh out loud at this gloriously funny, poopy picture book! Packed with humour, the romping rhyme and deliciously cheeky wordplay is a joy to read aloud. From the author of Dragon Stew, Steve Smallman and illustrator, Ada Grey (Shh! Don't Wake the Royal Baby).
Drew was a ewe, she lived at the zoo.
Author: Keri Culp
Drew was a ewe, she lived at the zoo. Her best friend was a gnu, his name was Drew too. One day Drew and Drew discovered some poo. It appeared that someone has forgotten to use the loo. Was it the caribou, the kangaroo or the cockatoo? Or perhaps it belonged to the animal who was new.
Looks at the different kinds of droppings and stools that zoo animals do.
Author: Sarah Eason
Publisher: A&C Black Childrens & Educational
Meet the different types of animals at the zoo and find out what they've been up to. Did you know that an African lion only eats every three to four days? Or what a lion has to eat to produce the stinkiest poo of the whole animal kingdom? With additional animal fact boxes about each creature, and comic style full colour informative illustrations.
What should we eat to keep our good bugs happy and our body strong? Get to the guts of what you need to know about you and your poo. Professor Felice Jacka is a world expert in the field of Nutritional Psychiatry and gut health.
Author: Felice Jacka
Publisher: Macmillan Publishers Aus.
There's a Zoo in your Poo! It needs a Zookeeper And that Keeper is YOU! Did you know that trillions of tiny bugs live in and on all of us? And there's a Zoo of bugs in our poo. But which are the good bugs and which are the bad? What should we eat to keep our good bugs happy and our body strong? Get to the guts of what you need to know about you and your poo. Professor Felice Jacka is a world expert in the field of Nutritional Psychiatry and gut health. Teacher and musician Rob Craw is a world expert at drawing bugs! They want kids to know all about the amazing stuff going on in their bodies. Get ready for a journey inside the most exciting of places ... YOU!
This book presents the variety of fascinating jobs found at a zoo, from zookeepers to animal handlers.
Author: Margie Markarian
If you like to be around animals large and small, then a job at a zoo might be right for you. Read this book to discover what types of fun and messy jobs are found at a zoo, including zookeeper, animal handler, and stall cleaner.
What do they do with all the poo from all the animals at the zoo? The hippos, the tigers, the kangaroos what do they do with all that poo? Theres so much poo at the zoo..Where does it all go? Do they mix it into chocolate ice-cream?
Author: Anh Do
Publisher: Scholastic Press
What do they do with all the poo from all the animals at the zoo? The hippos, the tigers, the kangaroos what do they do with all that poo? Theres so much poo at the zoo..Where does it all go? Do they mix it into chocolate ice-cream? Sprinkle it on pizza? Stir it in the local swimming pool?! With the hilarious bonus CD recording, you can sing along in search of the stinky truth!
Toucans doo-doo as they fly in the sky! But where do boys and girls like Charlie go? Includes toilet training tips! A first toilet training book Other books by Richard Morgan: The Funny Tummy Book The Rat-a-tat Hat Book Oops, Sorry!
Author: Richard Morgan
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
A toilet training story book which describes where zoo animals poo, showing that children poo in the toilet. Includes toilet training tips for parents.
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Author: Hazel Edwards
Publisher: Hazel Edwards
From his hot air balloon flight over the zoo, sleuth Art sees something suspicious that later helps him solve a mystery. As winner of talkback radio's 'Going Up' competition, quiz whiz Art shares the prize of a hot air balloon flight with mates India and Mars Bar. It's India's birthday soon and Art hasn't bought a present. Mars Bar comes regardless. The prize must be used at 4.30am next morning, but 9.am sharp on Wednesday is Mrs. Tasker's class visit to the Zoo. Luckily the flight path goes over the Zoo. The children are suspicious of passenger Mr. Brand who takes special photos. Luckily the balloon lands in time for the children's excursion. They meet the Cyclist, Shorty, and the Butterfly Expert and Kip the Zoo teacher. Art suspects all of them. Later, in the zoo grounds, Art checks out the mysterious Butterfly House clue. After sleuthing around the Zoo, they solve the mystery. A smelly solution. Zoo Poo Cake.
Author: Patricia Swartz
This book was designed to help children understand that while changes in their lives can be challenging, they can also be fun and rewarding. Charming illustrations fill every page and realistic caricatures bring the lovable creatures to life. Text bubbles, which play off the story, are frequently used in illustrations to add humor to the story. In this story, Pig-a-Poo moves from the farm, where he has lived his entire life, to the zoo where he doesn’t know anyone. He talks about his fears (such as meeting new friends, having nobody to eat lunch with or sit with on the bus) and how he feels about leaving his farm friends behind. As the story goes on, Pig-a-Poo gets to experience new things, makes new friends, and stays in contact with his farm friends. Whether moving to a new house or changing schools, this book will help your child realize that his or her thoughts and fears are a normal part of change and he or she isn’t alone in this endeavor.
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With hilarious illustrations from Lee Wildish (Pizza for Piratesand Spaghetti with the Yeti), this is the perfect story book for young children - and guaranteed to become a family favourite!
Author: Steve Smallman
Five bored Vikings set off looking for adventure... but when they come across a dragon, they are in for a BIG surprise...
Who on earth could it have been? Cock-a-doodle-POO! A side-splitting rhyming riot packed full of toots, poops, plops and parps from award-winning author Steve Smallman and illustrator Florence Weiser.
Author: Steve Smallman
Oh dear! Someone's done a doo-doo on Farmer Jill's new hairdo! Who on earth could it have been? Cock-a-doodle-POO! A side-splitting rhyming riot packed full of toots, poops, plops and parps from award-winning author Steve Smallman and illustrator Florence Weiser. This poop-packed extravaganza is the perfect read for fans of Poo in the Zoo, Hippobottymusand The Dinosaur That Poopedseries.
Slap bang in the middle of the hottest day of the year, the zoo’s drains have blocked up and there’s nowhere for the animals' poo to go!
Author: Alan Rusbridger
Publisher: Penguin UK
Slap bang in the middle of the hottest day of the year, the zoo’s drains have blocked up and there’s nowhere for the animals' poo to go! Mr Pickles the zoo keeper (who is looking distinctly green) must decide what to do with it all . . . Before the naughty chimps beat him to it!
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Author: Phil Sisson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author, Phil Sisson offers a stream of non-stop insights and raw personal experiences into how to connect ones own dots. The book shows that it is possible to heal from past emotional wounds. The original title was Connecting the Dots, inspired by Steve Jobs 2005 commencement address at Stanford University. But with Jobs passing, the author realized that a very important dot, so critical to following ones heart, could not be connected by just looking backwards; it can only be connected by looking backwards and forward. The original idea of the book started in 1976, the year he graduated from UCLA. With so many dots to connect, he admits that youth and fear kept him from facing the real self, and that he didnt have a clue of where to begin. RiPpLeS is the result of his struggle to connect his own heart wrenching personal dots. By being engaged with young performing artists, he saw first-hand how others were caught up in their own quandaries and confusions, expending an extraordinary amount of energy trying to unravel them. As a young college student studying acting, and as the years accumulated, so did the confusions. He was desperate to end the charades but didnt know how, and psychologists were of no help at all. By 2006, after years of performing on stage, he discovered that he was able to help young aspiring dancers learn to act by getting in touch with their own early childhood emotions hidden so deep they were unable to give authentic performances on stage. Instead of performing, they were hiding behind words, he says. The goal of his book is about connecting the dots looking backwards and forward. The forward dots are the ones that heal, and healing is about helping others become authentic doers. That is when the concept of RiPpLeS was born! The title sums up his experiences and struggle to become an authentic human being and actor. In a single word RiPpLeS illustrates everything he believes. Starting with a single pebble thrown into the stillness of consciousness, it is the first trauma of our lives; and with the dropping of that pebble the ponds very center begins to emanate from within, causing ripples on the surface that move away in all directions in search of equilibrium, and finally to be still once again. That one image described perfectly the way I have experienced my own life, he says. Our life experiences are the trauma that not only affects the individual but all the people we meet, expanding out in all directions towards a perfect state of renewed equilibrium. That is what this book and connecting the dots is all about.