Author: Alex Woolf
, Illustrator: Isobel Lundie
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Which animals eat their own poo and what do bird droppings have to do with spa treatments? How come some creatures make their homes from dung and why are beetle faeces part of the average grocery shop? Get to the bottom of these questions and many more in this book which proves the power of poo and what it can do for humans and animals alike. Loo-se yourself in this book and get the scoop about poop!
With fascinating facts, hilarious text and quirky illustrations, this non-fiction book teaches readers about how extraordinary poop can be! From it’s many uses around the world to all kinds of animal excrement, this book covers a much-loved topic in a new and silly way. Alex Woolf’s brilliantly funny writing and Isobel Lundie’s hysterical illustrations give non-fiction a stinky spin.
If your child enjoyed Poo: A Natural History of the Unmentionable or The Clue is in the Poo, they will love this educational and side-splittingly funny book about poo.
Meet the author
Alex has written over one hundred works of non-fiction and fiction for children. From famous scientists to asteroids, flying reptiles to chocolate, his books have covered a wide range of fascinating t…