The Scoop on Poop: Lifting the Lid on the science of Poo and Pee

The Scoop on Poop Lifting the Lid on the science of Poo and Pee Every grownup knows that there is one universal topic that fascinates children without exception poop and pee But what they may not know is that throughout history the products of our bladder and bow

  • Title: The Scoop on Poop: Lifting the Lid on the science of Poo and Pee
  • Author: Richard Platt John Kelly
  • ISBN: 9780753468869
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Every grownup knows that there is one universal topic that fascinates children without exception poop and pee But what they may not know is that throughout history, the products of our bladder and bowels have helped us to build houses, wash and dye our clothes, fertilize crops, treat illnesses, solve crimes, control pollution, and create fuel, energy, and explosives WitEvery grownup knows that there is one universal topic that fascinates children without exception poop and pee But what they may not know is that throughout history, the products of our bladder and bowels have helped us to build houses, wash and dye our clothes, fertilize crops, treat illnesses, solve crimes, control pollution, and create fuel, energy, and explosives With just the right amount of humor, The Scoop on Poop by Richard Platt, illustrated by John Kelly uncovers the fascinating stories behind mankind s ingenious use of this most natural of resources, and young readers will love pouring over the droll illustrations and endearing characters that populate the pages From wizards using magical urine , to soldiers fighting with exploding piles of dung, pee wielding beauty therapists, and much, much this book uncovers the history and the science behind the one topic that unites us, young and old.

    One thought on “The Scoop on Poop: Lifting the Lid on the science of Poo and Pee”

    1. This is life with two boys. This is what it's come to: reading a book about poop and giving it 5 stars. I'm not going to lie to you, this book is gross and made my stomach turn on several occasions. I would love to feel more like a classy lady and give it a lower rating. But it was also fascinating and held the attention of all ages groups. I had no idea crap had so many uses throughout history. My boys were glued to this book from beginning to end.

    2. This was really informative! The information is served up with plenty of humor, and the drawings are hilarious. Even still, I felt a bit sick to my stomach at times. I learned a lot, though. Some of it I wouldn't mind unlearning.

    3. Funny and informative look at the end product of digestive systems of animals of all kinds--past, present and future.

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