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Posted March 2, 2013
Well Professor P. takes two kids (a boy and a girl) on the journ
Well Professor P. takes two kids (a boy and a girl) on the journey of learning about types of poop and uses for it! He goes on about how farmers use it for fertilizer and how people use it for houses and heat! Animals use it to mark their territories and seeds travel in animal poop. You really get the scoop on poop!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Why I liked this book –
I liked this book because of my sister’s reaction to it. I had the book sitting on my desk and she came by and picked it up and started reading it and I quote -
“Oh, that’s got to stink!”
“EW! That’s GROSS!”
“HEY THIS BOOK IS ALL ABOUT POOP!”
After she got over the shock of a book about poop, she read the whole thing… twice and was really into learning about all the ways poop can be useful. :D Besides me laughing hysterically at the book, the illustrations are great. The flow of the story and the rhyme is AWESOME! Plus the story really teaches you something! Who would have ever thought you could use poop in so many ways?!? It just tells us that we can recycle all kind of things! If you want a chuckle-filled educational book, this is the book to turn to! I really think kids 4+ will LOVE LOVE LOVE this book (or at least have a funny reaction ;) )!
**Note I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Posted August 23, 2012
I was lucky enough to have children's author, Artie Bennett, sen
I was lucky enough to have children's author, Artie Bennett, send me TheWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Butt Book to review last year. The grandkiddos loved it so of course I
said yes when he asked if I would like to read and review his new book!
Poopendous! is another delightfully silly (yet tasteful) book that is
entertaining as well as educational. Professor P. Poopdeck is our
narrator and teaches us that different animals make different shapes and
there are even a variety of uses for poop. All of this and more are
described in rhyming text. I didn't expect to learn so much myself! I've
read it with my four year-old granddaughter several times and she asks
questions and makes intelligent comments every time. Mike Moran has
added comical illustrations sure to charm children and adults. His work
perfectly compliments the story. While the topic could easily have been
handled poorly, author and illustrator have made this an enjoyable
adventure. I look forward to more from Artie Bennet. Fans for life at
our house! Thank you to the author for a copy of this book to review.