The beloved, bestselling potty-training classic, now re-released for a new generation! An elephant makes a big poop. A mouse makes a tiny poop. Everyone eats, so of course: everyone poops! Taro Gomi's classic, go-to picture book for straight-talk on all things "number 2" is back, as fresh and funny as ever. • Both a matter-of-fact, educational guide and a hilarious romp through poop territory • Filled with timeless OMG moments for both kids and adults • Colorful and content-rich picture book The concept of going to the bathroom is made concrete through this illustrated narrative that is both verbally and visually engaging. Everyone Poops is just right for potty-training and everyday reading with smart, curious readers. • Perfect for children ages 0 to 3 years old • Equal parts educational and entertaining, this makes a great book for parents and grandparents who are potty-training their toddler. • You'll love this book if you love books like P is for Potty! (Sesame Street) by Naomi Kleinberg, Potty by Leslie Patricelli, The Potty Train by David Hochman and Ruth Kennison.
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The diversity and differences are explained in a fun and easy way in this book, this book is not only interesting for children, but it is also fun for grownups to read it with their kids. Diversities and differences must not separate us from each other, it must not be a cause for the racists and haters to hate. Our skin color, our language differences, and our cultural differences are the exact points that make this earth so diverse and nice. We all together say no to racism!
Want more fascinating facts about poop? We've got a new book! Check out Everybody Poops 10 Million Pounds: Astounding Fecal Facts from a Day in the City from author Deuce Flanagan on Amazon today. ONCE UPON A TIME . . . . . . when you were little, you learned that everyone poops. But did you ever discover how much? Well, sit down on that cold porcelain throne and get ready to laugh your butt off at the most amazing, hilarious, need-to-go facts on the one thing everyone does--but nobody talks about. Filled to the rim with piles of fascinating dirty fun, this illustrated kids' book for grown-ups answers all the questions you never thought to ask: •How do astronauts poop in space? •Where does poop go after you flush? •Why can I see the corn but not the chicken? •Can I light my poop on fire? •Who invented the first flushing toilet? •What's the poop on Michael Jackson, Elvis and John Wayne?
FUNNY GAG NOTEBOOK AND JOURNAL - MAKES FOR A PERFECT GIFT!This hilarious, bold and unique notebook is just what you need to stay inspired for life, while also letting everyone around you know that you really don't care. This booklet is perfect for keeping around the house, putting on your desk for everyone to see at work, or even to pass along as gift to a friend or coworker.Heck, on top of all of that, it even mores for a great journal to take notes or write about whatever is going on in everyday life. Throw one of these copies around the work office and see how many people get a good laugh out of it.Need to take notes? Jot down a new business plan? Have a daily diary or journal? It's all possible with this funny, inspirational, and motivational booklet that is perfect for everyday life, school, to-do lists, and pretty much any other component of life.SIZE: 6 X 9 PAPER: Lined White Paper PAGES: 124 PagesCOVER: Soft Cover (Matte)Order your copy today, and show the world you really don't care.
A CLASSIC BATHROOM READER FOR ADULTS THAT PRESENTS FUNNY TRIVIA, GROSS STORIES AND FASCINATING FACTS IN AN ILLUSTRATED CHILDREN'S BOOK STYLE Every day, Americans produce hundreds of millions of pounds of poop. In New York City alone, the weight of poop-based sludge produced each day is around 1,200 tons—the equivalent of 200 African elephants. So unbuckle your trousers and pull up a toilet seat; this book is going to push open the lavatory door and answer these fascinating mysteries of poop: • Where does poop go when you flush? • What’s the secret genius below an outhouse? • Are you eating food grown in your own poop? • Can you ride a poop-powered bus? • Was there really a flush toilet 5,000 years ago? • What is the future of poop?
Engulfed in anxiety, frustration and constant constipation, Henrietta Martha James spends her time writing angry letters to Taro Gomi, the acclaimed author of “Everyone Poops.” She is demanding a formal apology...an explanation...the possibility of rewrites...or at least a change to the title of his book because she, Henrietta, does not poop. Well, not like “everyone” does.Growing up with an illness that doctors struggle to diagnose, Henrietta constantly hears how she is “supposed” to be, while discovering that “normal” does not apply to her – at least not the way her body works. A humorous and painful real-life journey into the world of digestive disorders, her story brings to light one of life's dirty little secrets. Not Everyone Poops.
The Naked Truth Isn't Always Pretty. A no-holds-barred look at the hilarious underbelly of what it means to be female, Dirty Girls lays bare the secrets of the fairer sex. Women don't come from a different planet than men. In fact, both sexes want the exact same things: success, friendships, semifunctional families, semifunctioning relationships, good bodies, and lots and lots of great sex. But there's more. Even though we pluck, we wax, and we put on war paint to mask our blemishes, we also regularly watch porn. We wear our bikini bottoms when we run out of clean underwear. When we're alone, we eat Cheetos and peanut butter on a spoon for dinner. Women are fascinating, beautiful, and, yes, disgusting creatures, and we shouldn't be ashamed of it. Dirty Girls exposes the filthy, lazy, fabulous truth that everything boys can do, girls can do better.
There is a plague sweeping across the country that no one wants to talk about... and that is the sheer number of stinky drawers we have to trash because we had a doo doo butter explosion in our pants. Sure, everybody poops... but at least once in a lifetime, everyone poops in their pants too. Enjoy the stories and the poop activities... share with your kids if you want to, but remember, this book is intended for MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY. Get the special hardcover edition right here: http: //www.lulu.com/content/hardcover-book/everybody-poops-in-their-pants/17310864
This book is a selection of short articles that appeared during a two year period as posts on the blog, goodenoughmothering.com. Author, Dr. Elaine Heffner, has been involved in parent education for many years. In this book she addresses many of the concerns of mothers in particular, and discusses many of the questions they ask her. The issues addressed here are divided into six categories: Mother Worries, Developmental Steps, Conflicts, Feelings, About Parents and Social Pressures. For example, Mother Worries includes such topics as the wish of mothers to be perfect, the guilt they feel about their handling of their children, and the anger that is aroused by childrens provocative behavior. Developmental Steps covers such topics as setting User Friendly Limits for children, their difficulties with transitions, and aggression. Dr. Heffner points up the role of parents in setting expectations that match childrens developmental capabilities at various stages. The focus is on parents own ability to help children over what she calls bumps in development. The section on Conflicts discusses the confrontations that arise between parents and children due to the conflict between the wishes and needs of each. An understanding of these differences is offered as a means of helping to avoid or resolve such conflicts. The section on Feelings points up the feelings that children stir-up in parents which are a significant factor in the confrontations that arise. The ways in which parents can address childrens feelings is also addressed. The sections About Parents and Social Pressures discusses many of the criticisms that have been leveled at parents in recent years, much of it based on developmental research, and points out the many areas in which parents need to feel comfortable using their own judgment. The book offers parents new ways in which to understand their children which can help them answer many of their own questions. Understanding, not prescriptive advice is the underlying theme of the book.
Its true: everyone poops. While urine and feces may be good for gross-out fun, these body functions are an important way we stay healthy. Readers will put toilet humor aside and explore the science of bowel movements in a fun and interesting way, learning about the digestive system, kidneys, and more. Through tasteful images and fun graphics, this title allows readers to look at the science behind the taboos and learn more about how their bodies work.