Toilet Trouble: Poems for Beginner Readers

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Help, there’s this cover picture of a kid headfirst in a watery toilet, sure to grab any kid’s immediate attention with questions galore to follow. Toilet trouble is the rhyme that accompanies this accident for the boy who didn’t listen to his sister telling him to put the seat down, and instead he stubbornly sat and fell inside. The book is full of colorful pictures that paint a story for early readers, and clarification comes from the rhyming verses that accompany them. So many challenges are presented: how many pairs of shoes for a centipede and what happens when you look through binoculars the wrong way. And then there’s the boy who cleans his room by vacuuming up his sister. The verse in the book will make language learning fun for the youngsters, and they will giggle at the story of the clementine that falls in love with a tangerine as they examine the euphoric face of the google-eyed orange. The pages end with the story of a hug that can turn around a frown accompanied with a radiant heartfelt drawing of mom and child embracing. Fun reading for early readers with lots of chuckles for the adults.

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Author Brett Fleishman • David Harston
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 56 pages
Publisher Fbt Poetry, LLC
Publish Date 2018-Nov-08
ISBN 9781732477032
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Issue January 2019
Category Children's


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