The Poop Song (Hardcover)
Discover how cats, pelicans, space aliens, and even dinosaurs poop in this rollicking, rhyming verse that's sure to elicit giggles. With plenty of hilarious pictures and a catchy chorus that encourages young children to use the toilet, this laugh-out-loud story is the go-to potty training book that every family needs.
• A playful approach to potty training
• Full of humor that is silly, not disgusting
• From the bestselling author of Pete the Cat: I Love my White Shoes
Everybody's pooping all day long. That's why we sing the pooping song!
A former elementary school teacher, Eric Litwin's books interweave traditional reading methods with music and movement to make learning fun and effective.
• Children's books for kids ages 2–4
• Perfect for families potty training
• Great for fans of silly picture books
Claudia Boldt loves to illustrate fun and slightly absurd comedies for children that are equally entertaining for adults. Claudia's work has been exhibited in London, Zurich, and Berlin. She lives in Los Angeles, California, and you can visit her at claudiaboldt.com.
"Litwin (the Pete the Cat series) presents a giggle-inducing, nose-wrinkling (and informative) picture book in rhyme about poop. The singable text (link to recording on the copyright page), aimed at young children learning to independently use the toilet, identifies how and where many creatures relieve themselves. . . . [With w]himsical . . vibrantly colored, movement-filled illustrations, Litwin approaches the topic in playful, frank, and encouraging terms that nudge the child listener with every refrain. . ."-The Horn Book Magazine
"The text has a rhythmic, rhyming cadence that clearly lends itself to singing. . . [A] note on the jacket flap prompts readers to find a recording of the song at the publisher's website. Listeners will be treated to an upbeat tune, flushing sound effects, kids' voices chiming in with Litwin's, and perhaps just a few fartlike sounds for good measure. Sure to be music to the ears of potty-training families."-Kirkus Reviews