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The Truth About Poop Book Review

The Truth About Poop Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Find out everything you've ever wanted to know about crap in The Truth About Poop. Check out reviews of kids' books and other children's literature.

Author: Susan E. Goodman

Taking a dump, pinching a loaf or going poop - whatever you call it, pooping is something we all do pretty much every day. From flushing to farting, find out everything you've ever wanted to know about poop in The Truth About Poop.

Everything You Need To Know

The Truth About Poop is a fun, interesting and incredibly informative book about everything and anything to do with the bizarre and often disgusting world of poop. This book looks at pooping habits of various animals, the process your body goes through when pooing and the effect different foods have on the color, size and texture of your poop. There's also a very funny section on the history of toilet paper, that'll make you thankful you weren't wiping your bum 100 years ago. (Did you know that Spanish sailors once used the frayed end of old anchors to wipe themselves? Ouch!) The Truth About Poop even looks at the numerous uses of poo for games, gift-giving and even art!


Great Bathroom Reading

Pooping is something we do every day but rarely talk about. The Truth About Poop is filled with amazing and gross facts about poop that you'll instantly want to share with your friends and family. Although, the 'rents probably won't be super impressed if you decide to make poop the main topic of your dinner conversation. The Truth About Poop is a hilarious read that'll have you looking at the pooping process in an entirely new light.


Fun Facts

Here's a few other facts about poop from The Truth About Poop.

  • On average, people use the toilet five times a day (once to poop, four times to pee.)
  • Beaver poop often floats, because it contains so much undigested wood.
  • If food is hard to find, young cockroaches can live by eating their parents' poop. (Be thankful you don't have to do this when you're hungry. Ewwww!!!)

The Truth About Poop Rating: 5


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