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Uncle John's Bathroom Reader For Kids Only! Collectible Edition Hardcover – 8 Apr 2014
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"Q: How do you get an elephant up an oak tree? A: Plant an acorn underneath him and wait 50 years!" -- from the book
Q: How do you get an elephant up an oak tree? A: Plant an acorn underneath him and wait 50 years! from the book"
About the Author
The Bathroom Readers' Institute is a tight-knit group of skilled writers, researchers, and editors based in Ashland, OR, and San Diego. The BRI understands the habits of a very special market Throne Sitters and devotes itself to providing amazing facts and conversation pieces."
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Here is an exciting chance to own the very first Uncle John's Bathroom Reader For Kids Only! in a hardcover edition with all new illustrations! When our younger readers demanded a Bathroom Reader of their own, Uncle John put together this brain-boggling easy-to-read collection of facts, fads, quotes, history, science, origins, pop culture, mythology, humor, and more! Plus it's full of wacky and fun illustrations and Uncle John's famous "running feet" — those fun and fascinating facts on the bottom of every page. Curious young readers will learn about the real Dr. Seuss, baseball superstitions, the birth of The Simpsons, how carnival games are rigged, the history of dining on scorpions and tarantulas, shocking truths about thunder and lightning, and disgusting bodily functions like ear wax production and digestion (and why they're important), and much, much more!