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  • Paperback: 32 pages
  • Publisher: Andersen; New Ed edition (15 Aug 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1842706985
  • ISBN-13: 978-1842706985
  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 0.4 x 27 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,381 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Jeanne Willis is an award-winning children's author, published worldwide. She has written over 150 books including picture books, novelty, teen novels and poetry. She was shortlisted for the Whitbread for her novel Naked Without a Hat, won the Smarties Silver for Tadpole's Promise, the Nasen Special Needs Award for Susan Laughs and many more besides. Recently, she won the Sheffield for Who's in The Loo and is short-listed for The Red House Children's Book Award for Bottoms Up. Her novel Dumb Creatures is in production.
Jeanne has over 20 years experience as an advertising copywriter and has created T.V, cinema and radio commercials for major clients including Heinz, Mencap and British Gas (If you see Sid, tell him!) She has also written hundreds of T.V scripts including The Slow Norris, Dog and Duck, The Twins, Maisy (Best Script, British Animation Awards) Marvellous Milly, The Ark, Upstairs Downstairs Bears, Dr Xargle and The Wombles.
Jeanne Lives in North London with two kids, two cats, a rabbit, 99 tadpoles and a Bogbaby.

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"Funny story and bold drawings." (Lorna Bradbury Telegraph)

"Brilliantly expressive drawings." (Dinah Hall Sunday Telegraph)

"Wonderfully cheeky." (The Week)

"A glorious riot of a book." (Carousel)

"Quirky and great fun . . . Jeanne Willis' talent with words comes up trumps and will bring a smile to every face" (My Child)

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Paperback edition of this bestselling picture book which teams up for the first time the irrepressible Jeanne Willis, with prize-winning illustrator Adrian Reynolds.

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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful By ELH Browning VINE VOICE on 30 April 2007
Format: Hardcover
This is a cracking book which starts with a picture of a long queue outside the loo block at a zoo. Two children waiting outside spend their time speculating what animal might be inside and what might be causing the delay. The story flows well with good rhythm and rhyme "Is it a tiger who needed a tiddle, a wandering wombat who wanted a widdle, a waddling penguin too frozen to piddle?"
"Is it a crocodile clipping his nails? Or is it a coachload of elderly snails?"
Admittedly the subject matter is a tiny bit risky for an elderly relative with a strong sense of decency and a sensitive constitution from an era gone by. Your children however will love that. And the whole book's really rather tastefully done and very definitely fun. The illustrations are absolutely smashing as you'd expect from Adrian Reynolds, a master of bright and appealing picture books. My three roar with laughter at pictures of a hippo's fat bottom with a toilet seat stuck on his bottom, and poor little velvety mole who reached for the paper and fell down the hole (so perhaps one to avoid when toilet training).
A firm favourite in our house.
And if you like this, try also Someone Bigger by Emmett and Reynolds which has a similar feel and pace and is another cracking title.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Nicola Sercombe on 11 April 2008
Format: Paperback
I bought this book by mistake for my 10 month old but i'm glad i did. It is very well written and the illustration is great. I always read to my baby before i put him to bed and although he is too young to understand, he really loves this book. It seems to grab his attention much more than any other book i read to him.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Georgina Jones on 8 Nov 2010
Format: Paperback
This book is a must for anybody with a sense of humour. My 3 year old son absolutely loves it and I have to admit it makes me chuckle everytime I read it, which is quite alot. We borrowed it from our local library initially but after just a couple of days I bought it, knowing it would be a firm family favourite. I did make the mistake though of buying the hardback book thinking it would be more durable for a 3 year old, but when it came I realised it is a shortened version of the original and not quite as good.
I have since gone on to buy several copies for birthday presents and replaced the hardback copy with the paperback version.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mama Twins on 10 July 2008
Format: Hardcover
I can thoroughly recommend this book. It reads really well and my three year old twins love reading it to us as well as having it read to them frequently.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Anon. on 6 Dec 2010
Format: Board book Verified Purchase
We bought the board book version of this as our little one (7months) loves to grab at pages, we're so glad we did as we never tire of reading this to him.
It's funny, the pictures are excellent and the rhymes easy to remember.
We enjoy reading it to him and I'm sure that's passed on to his enjoyment.
If we could give it 6 stars we would.
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Format: Paperback
My 3yr old daughter loved this book so much when she got it out of our local library we just had to buy it.

It is very bright & colourful & has some very funny pictures that had her laughing. The story itself is more like a ryhming book which has 2 children trying to think who might be in the loo while they are waiting desperatly to get in. They have a long list of different animals which they go through all doing something different, including 'a pig who is washing his pants' and a 'rhino would had a hot curry'.

It's a must read for any little one as it keeps them amused all the way through (though it's not a long book) so be prepared to have to read it more than once!
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How many possible words are there to explain going to the toilet? Loads more than I could have thought of it seems. The first time I read this I did actually have to hold my ribs for laughing. It's very silly and very rude. It has huge comedy value, but perhaps is best avoided if your little one is already the kind to embarrass you in the supermarket! (Let's not even start that tale!)
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my son loves this book!
is it an elephant having a poo?
is it a rhino after a hot curry?
this simple story about queeing for the loo at the zoo has become a family favorite and will never be forgotten. It is a light, funny book that kids think is excellent as its vaugly rude taking about poo and falling down the loo.....
well worth a try especialy for 6yr old boys!
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