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Hi, I’m Natasha.
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I am a wife and a mother to my 3 children and 2 dogs, so you can imagine how chaotic it can get in our house.
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BOOK REVIEW (By Natasha 07/11/16) - Who’s in the Loo! By Jeanne Willis & Adrian Reynolds
“Who’s in the Loo” is a fun rhyming children’s book. It is about a long queue for the toilet because there is someone in it, taking ages, and no-one knows who it is or what they are doing. Everyone is getting desperate, they keep knocking but can’t work out Who’s in the loo!
Rhyming children’s books have increased over the past 15 years, in my opinion. There are more and more every year. I love them because it is fun finding out the rhymes that authors have created. It makes for a far better story and children relate so much more to it.
In our house, anything and everything about toilet habits are funny. We are the sort of family that ends up in stitches if someone “let’s one” go in a shop. So this book is right up our street. We first found it in the library, where we were all drawn to the picture of the elephant reading a book on a toilet with toilet roll in his trunk. We didn’t even need to open it to decide whether to borrow it or not. We loved it that much that we ended up buying it from WHSmiths to add to our home library. The one we have also has the story CD, which the kids love because it has hilarious sound effects. They still listen to it now and end up in absolute hysterics.
If you love books that have you and your children rolling around with laughter - this is the book for you!
We rate “Who’s in the Loo!” a 5 out of 5.
Who’s in the loo! By Jeanne Willis & Adrian Reynolds
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