The Obstacle Course: An Epic Tale of Adventure and Having to Pee

The Obstacle Course: An Epic Tale of Adventure and Having to Pee

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by Adam Selzer
     
 
When Mrs. Kingfield's class is assigned to write a story, Brendan Butte is just joking around when he starts writing one about a kid who has to go to the bathroom really, really, badly, but the only one is on top of a ten story obstacle course. However, the story is so much fun that he just can't stop...... a short work from Adam Selzer (I Put a Spell On You, Random

Overview

When Mrs. Kingfield's class is assigned to write a story, Brendan Butte is just joking around when he starts writing one about a kid who has to go to the bathroom really, really, badly, but the only one is on top of a ten story obstacle course. However, the story is so much fun that he just can't stop...... a short work from Adam Selzer (I Put a Spell On You, Random House 2008 and Andrew North Blows Up the World, Random House 2009, among others), THE OBSTACLE COURSE is a story for young readers about the joy of creative writing - and having to pee really bad. Appropriate for all ages, includes an active table of contents.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013894716
Publisher:
Open Etc
Publication date:
03/02/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
35 KB
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Adam Selzer is the author of several books for young/young adult readers, including THE SMART ALECK'S GUIDE TO AMERICAN HISTORY and I KISSED A ZOMBIE AND I LIKED IT (both from Random House). He travels the country visiting schools, and runs ghosts tours in Chicago.

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The Obstacle Course: An Epic Tale of Adventure and Having to Pee 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Josh was waking home from a pool party at his friends' house. He had drank a lot of water before he left, and it was a long walk home. Josh reached in his backpack for a bottle of water, and drank. About a minute later, he felt all the water catching up with him. But he could keep on walking. Josh stopped for another drink of water. This time, he had to shove a hand between his legs. He started to run home, but it was really hard to move with his full bladder filled with hot pee ready to run down his legs at any moment. Josh winced as a drop of pee settled on his underwear, and the drops turned into small streams. Even though the pee felt so good, Josh stopped. Thankfully, the pee had only made a small drop on his jeans. He started walking again, but it was very hard to do without wetting himself. So as the first bloom of urine spred on his jeans, Josh gave up. Hisss! It made a huge puddle on the ground. He peed and peed and peed. He peed all the way home
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Silly short story for kids, but adults who like things like "The Adventures of Pete and Pete" will probably dig it, too. Or Animaniacs. "Potty emergency," anyone?