Who's in the Loo?

(2 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Andersen Press

Review

There's a queue for the loo and two increasingly desperate children need to get in.

Who can be taking so long? A whole ark of animals from a hamster in need of a ladder to reach the seat, through to a wandering wombat in need of a wee, to a rhino exploding after a hot curry are mooted, but the culprit turns out to be a very well brought-up octopus, taking great care to wash each of his eight hands very thoroughly.

Gloriously visual and witty illustrations accompany a simple rhyming story overflowing with scatological humour. This will appeal enormously to young children, and to quite a few of their parents as well.

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