Find out what happens to all of the poo at the zoo in this funny and factual picture book!There are so many different kinds of animals at the zoo, and they each make lots and lots (and sometimes LOTS!) of poo. So what do zoos do with all of that poo? This zany, fact-filled romp explores zoo poo, from cube-shaped wombat poo to white hyena scat, and all of the places it ends up, including in science labs and elephant-poo papereven backyard gardens!...
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What Do They Do with All That Poo? Reviews
This book is so fun and informative! I was hoping for more fun facts or additional information in the back of the book, but was left wanting more. Kids will really enjoy this book.
Funny & informative. My first grader enjoyed this book, and now proceeds to tell everyone what she learned (such as "Bat poo sparkles because they eat iridescent bugs). A good nonfiction books for kids.
My 4th and 5th grade students are going to love this book! Told in rhyme, it introduces the reader to multiple animals and provides factual information on the animals’ droppings. The book also addresses what zoos do with all the animals’ poo. Lots of neat nonfiction information!
What Do They Do With All That Poo?
Written by Jane Kurtz @writerjanie
Illustrated by Allison Black @alisonblackillustration
Published by Beach Lane Books @simonkids
Thank you to #blueslipmedia for sharing a free copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
I never thought I’d be reviewing a book with poo in the title, but after reading this nonfiction book I’m so happy I agreed to do just that! I can imagine reading this during a storytime to 4-7 year olds. The kids won’t be ab ...more
Adorable, educational, and delightful to my inner child
What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz taps into the fascination most kids have with the concept that everything poops. On a tour of zoo animals Kurtz sneaks in education about what animals eat and how that affects the waste that comes out of their bodies.
For instance, “a penguin shoots its poo out in a fishy-smelling streak.” Since penguins don’t have teeth, “fish go through them fairly rapidly.” Kids learn about hippos using dung to mark their territory, wombats pooping cube shapes, ...more