What Do They Do with All That Poo?

What Do They Do with All That Poo?

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 Find out what happens to all of the poo at the zoo in this funny and factual picture book! There are so many diffe...

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Title:What Do They Do with All That Poo?
Author:Jane Kurtz
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Genres:Childrens
ISBN:1481479865
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:40 pages pages

What Do They Do with All That Poo? Reviews

  • Cindy Hudson
    Jun 26, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

  • Tasha
    Aug 23, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

  • Yamile Méndez
    Jun 27, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

  • Kathryn Bergeron
    Dec 10, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

    Thanks to #kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book! What Do They Do With All That Poo? Released on 6/19/18 . I could NOT help but wonder what this book was all about!! As soon as my kids saw the cover and title~ THEY were hooked! Anything kind of gross is a hit with t...

    Thanks to the publisher for the review copy. All opinions are my own. What do zoos do with all that poo? I've never had the slightest bit of curiosity about this question before. But once it was raised, I was pretty curious about what zoos do with up to 5,000 lbs of poo each day. Th...

    11/3/2018 ~~ Picture book non-fiction. Rhyming text to introduce each animal & concept. A brief informational paragraph to give more details about the animals' poo. I would have given 5 stars, but a few of the ending facts seemed out of order. Once the author started talking about ...

    This book was pretty interesting. I loved learning all about the different kinds of poo. I know that sounds pretty strange, but it was quite fascinating. I never knew that Sloths creep down from trees to poo or that wombat's poo is cube-shaped. It was also cool to learn about what they...

    Summary: Learn about animal poop, and what zoos do with it. Review: I actually liked this book a lot. It reminds me a lot of "Whose Poop Is That", which is one of my favorite non-fiction books for little kids. I like the cartoon-y illustrations. I also like that they show the poop c...

  • Melissa
    Jul 25, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

  • Lauren- The Smile Lines
    Aug 16, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

    Thanks to #kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book! What Do They Do With All That Poo? Released on 6/19/18 . I could NOT help but wonder what this book was all about!! As soon as my kids saw the cover and title~ THEY were hooked! Anything kind of gross is a hit with t...

  • Emily
    Nov 03, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

  • Margaret Boling
    Nov 03, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

    Thanks to #kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book! What Do They Do With All That Poo? Released on 6/19/18 . I could NOT help but wonder what this book was all about!! As soon as my kids saw the cover and title~ THEY were hooked! Anything kind of gross is a hit with t...

    Thanks to the publisher for the review copy. All opinions are my own. What do zoos do with all that poo? I've never had the slightest bit of curiosity about this question before. But once it was raised, I was pretty curious about what zoos do with up to 5,000 lbs of poo each day. Th...

    11/3/2018 ~~ Picture book non-fiction. Rhyming text to introduce each animal & concept. A brief informational paragraph to give more details about the animals' poo. I would have given 5 stars, but a few of the ending facts seemed out of order. Once the author started talking about ...

  • Tracy
    Sep 12, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

    Thanks to #kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book! What Do They Do With All That Poo? Released on 6/19/18 . I could NOT help but wonder what this book was all about!! As soon as my kids saw the cover and title~ THEY were hooked! Anything kind of gross is a hit with t...

    Thanks to the publisher for the review copy. All opinions are my own. What do zoos do with all that poo? I've never had the slightest bit of curiosity about this question before. But once it was raised, I was pretty curious about what zoos do with up to 5,000 lbs of poo each day. Th...

  • Vicki
    Apr 24, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

  • Barbra
    Jul 25, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

    Thanks to #kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book! What Do They Do With All That Poo? Released on 6/19/18 . I could NOT help but wonder what this book was all about!! As soon as my kids saw the cover and title~ THEY were hooked! Anything kind of gross is a hit with t...

    Thanks to the publisher for the review copy. All opinions are my own. What do zoos do with all that poo? I've never had the slightest bit of curiosity about this question before. But once it was raised, I was pretty curious about what zoos do with up to 5,000 lbs of poo each day. Th...

    11/3/2018 ~~ Picture book non-fiction. Rhyming text to introduce each animal & concept. A brief informational paragraph to give more details about the animals' poo. I would have given 5 stars, but a few of the ending facts seemed out of order. Once the author started talking about ...

    This book was pretty interesting. I loved learning all about the different kinds of poo. I know that sounds pretty strange, but it was quite fascinating. I never knew that Sloths creep down from trees to poo or that wombat's poo is cube-shaped. It was also cool to learn about what they...

    Summary: Learn about animal poop, and what zoos do with it. Review: I actually liked this book a lot. It reminds me a lot of "Whose Poop Is That", which is one of my favorite non-fiction books for little kids. I like the cartoon-y illustrations. I also like that they show the poop c...

    ?At zoo after zoo the animals chew. And then...they poo!? This informative colorful picture book not only describes different types of poo, but the animal that go with them, and their behavior. It also answers the question. A great book for little ones to learn all about that subje...

  • Heidi
    Aug 20, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

  • Alina Borger
    Jan 14, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

    Thanks to #kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book! What Do They Do With All That Poo? Released on 6/19/18 . I could NOT help but wonder what this book was all about!! As soon as my kids saw the cover and title~ THEY were hooked! Anything kind of gross is a hit with t...

    Thanks to the publisher for the review copy. All opinions are my own. What do zoos do with all that poo? I've never had the slightest bit of curiosity about this question before. But once it was raised, I was pretty curious about what zoos do with up to 5,000 lbs of poo each day. Th...

    11/3/2018 ~~ Picture book non-fiction. Rhyming text to introduce each animal & concept. A brief informational paragraph to give more details about the animals' poo. I would have given 5 stars, but a few of the ending facts seemed out of order. Once the author started talking about ...

    This book was pretty interesting. I loved learning all about the different kinds of poo. I know that sounds pretty strange, but it was quite fascinating. I never knew that Sloths creep down from trees to poo or that wombat's poo is cube-shaped. It was also cool to learn about what they...

    Summary: Learn about animal poop, and what zoos do with it. Review: I actually liked this book a lot. It reminds me a lot of "Whose Poop Is That", which is one of my favorite non-fiction books for little kids. I like the cartoon-y illustrations. I also like that they show the poop c...

    ?At zoo after zoo the animals chew. And then...they poo!? This informative colorful picture book not only describes different types of poo, but the animal that go with them, and their behavior. It also answers the question. A great book for little ones to learn all about that subje...

    I laughed out loud and then was awestruck -- square poop! Who knew? And how fascinating. Kids will love this book - because, well, poop is funny! But this book is also full of fascinating science about animals and poop. Poop is hilarious but this book will fill the breaths betw...

    A very informative picture book about how zoo animals poop, interesting facts about their poop, and what zoos do with the poop. The top sentences are very short and can be read as a read aloud. The bottom sentences are smaller, longer, and gives lots of information. Overall a very info...

    I picked this one up for my five-year-old after a recent trip to the zoo. Besides appealing to his toilet humour, this book was actually really cute and very informative. Besides detailing what they do with all that poo, the book also discusses the biological differences between variou...

    Jane read this tonight at a faculty reading--and color me delighted. She read the story first--a silly, lyric, rhyming narrative about what a zoo does with its poo. Then she went back and read the non fiction captions on each page--what poops are made of and how they impact the animals...

  • Mrs Mommy Booknerd http://mrsmommybooknerd.blogspot.com
    Jun 12, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

    Thanks to #kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book! What Do They Do With All That Poo? Released on 6/19/18 . I could NOT help but wonder what this book was all about!! As soon as my kids saw the cover and title~ THEY were hooked! Anything kind of gross is a hit with t...

    Thanks to the publisher for the review copy. All opinions are my own. What do zoos do with all that poo? I've never had the slightest bit of curiosity about this question before. But once it was raised, I was pretty curious about what zoos do with up to 5,000 lbs of poo each day. Th...

    11/3/2018 ~~ Picture book non-fiction. Rhyming text to introduce each animal & concept. A brief informational paragraph to give more details about the animals' poo. I would have given 5 stars, but a few of the ending facts seemed out of order. Once the author started talking about ...

    This book was pretty interesting. I loved learning all about the different kinds of poo. I know that sounds pretty strange, but it was quite fascinating. I never knew that Sloths creep down from trees to poo or that wombat's poo is cube-shaped. It was also cool to learn about what they...

  • Jean
    Dec 01, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

    Thanks to #kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book! What Do They Do With All That Poo? Released on 6/19/18 . I could NOT help but wonder what this book was all about!! As soon as my kids saw the cover and title~ THEY were hooked! Anything kind of gross is a hit with t...

    Thanks to the publisher for the review copy. All opinions are my own. What do zoos do with all that poo? I've never had the slightest bit of curiosity about this question before. But once it was raised, I was pretty curious about what zoos do with up to 5,000 lbs of poo each day. Th...

    11/3/2018 ~~ Picture book non-fiction. Rhyming text to introduce each animal & concept. A brief informational paragraph to give more details about the animals' poo. I would have given 5 stars, but a few of the ending facts seemed out of order. Once the author started talking about ...

    This book was pretty interesting. I loved learning all about the different kinds of poo. I know that sounds pretty strange, but it was quite fascinating. I never knew that Sloths creep down from trees to poo or that wombat's poo is cube-shaped. It was also cool to learn about what they...

    Summary: Learn about animal poop, and what zoos do with it. Review: I actually liked this book a lot. It reminds me a lot of "Whose Poop Is That", which is one of my favorite non-fiction books for little kids. I like the cartoon-y illustrations. I also like that they show the poop c...

    ?At zoo after zoo the animals chew. And then...they poo!? This informative colorful picture book not only describes different types of poo, but the animal that go with them, and their behavior. It also answers the question. A great book for little ones to learn all about that subje...

    I laughed out loud and then was awestruck -- square poop! Who knew? And how fascinating. Kids will love this book - because, well, poop is funny! But this book is also full of fascinating science about animals and poop. Poop is hilarious but this book will fill the breaths betw...

    A very informative picture book about how zoo animals poop, interesting facts about their poop, and what zoos do with the poop. The top sentences are very short and can be read as a read aloud. The bottom sentences are smaller, longer, and gives lots of information. Overall a very info...

    I picked this one up for my five-year-old after a recent trip to the zoo. Besides appealing to his toilet humour, this book was actually really cute and very informative. Besides detailing what they do with all that poo, the book also discusses the biological differences between variou...

    Jane read this tonight at a faculty reading--and color me delighted. She read the story first--a silly, lyric, rhyming narrative about what a zoo does with its poo. Then she went back and read the non fiction captions on each page--what poops are made of and how they impact the animals...

    Honestly, this book is fascinating. I learned so much about animal poo and had to tell everyone in my family all of the facts! Kids will love this book, it says poo over and over, is all about poo, and has tidbits of non-fiction info, which they love. The pictures are colorful and fun,...

  • Aeicha
    Jun 10, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

  • Earl
    Jun 17, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

  • Susan
    Jun 18, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

  • Heather
    Oct 06, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

    Thanks to #kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book! What Do They Do With All That Poo? Released on 6/19/18 . I could NOT help but wonder what this book was all about!! As soon as my kids saw the cover and title~ THEY were hooked! Anything kind of gross is a hit with t...

    Thanks to the publisher for the review copy. All opinions are my own. What do zoos do with all that poo? I've never had the slightest bit of curiosity about this question before. But once it was raised, I was pretty curious about what zoos do with up to 5,000 lbs of poo each day. Th...

    11/3/2018 ~~ Picture book non-fiction. Rhyming text to introduce each animal & concept. A brief informational paragraph to give more details about the animals' poo. I would have given 5 stars, but a few of the ending facts seemed out of order. Once the author started talking about ...

    This book was pretty interesting. I loved learning all about the different kinds of poo. I know that sounds pretty strange, but it was quite fascinating. I never knew that Sloths creep down from trees to poo or that wombat's poo is cube-shaped. It was also cool to learn about what they...

    Summary: Learn about animal poop, and what zoos do with it. Review: I actually liked this book a lot. It reminds me a lot of "Whose Poop Is That", which is one of my favorite non-fiction books for little kids. I like the cartoon-y illustrations. I also like that they show the poop c...

    ?At zoo after zoo the animals chew. And then...they poo!? This informative colorful picture book not only describes different types of poo, but the animal that go with them, and their behavior. It also answers the question. A great book for little ones to learn all about that subje...

    I laughed out loud and then was awestruck -- square poop! Who knew? And how fascinating. Kids will love this book - because, well, poop is funny! But this book is also full of fascinating science about animals and poop. Poop is hilarious but this book will fill the breaths betw...

    A very informative picture book about how zoo animals poop, interesting facts about their poop, and what zoos do with the poop. The top sentences are very short and can be read as a read aloud. The bottom sentences are smaller, longer, and gives lots of information. Overall a very info...

    I picked this one up for my five-year-old after a recent trip to the zoo. Besides appealing to his toilet humour, this book was actually really cute and very informative. Besides detailing what they do with all that poo, the book also discusses the biological differences between variou...

  • Amber
    Dec 08, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

  • Alisha
    Jul 23, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

  • Kristen
    Jul 11, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

  • Garrett
    Aug 27, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

  • Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*
    Jun 17, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

  • Shaye Miller
    Jul 23, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

  • Kelly Carey
    Jul 22, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

    Thanks to #kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book! What Do They Do With All That Poo? Released on 6/19/18 . I could NOT help but wonder what this book was all about!! As soon as my kids saw the cover and title~ THEY were hooked! Anything kind of gross is a hit with t...

    Thanks to the publisher for the review copy. All opinions are my own. What do zoos do with all that poo? I've never had the slightest bit of curiosity about this question before. But once it was raised, I was pretty curious about what zoos do with up to 5,000 lbs of poo each day. Th...

    11/3/2018 ~~ Picture book non-fiction. Rhyming text to introduce each animal & concept. A brief informational paragraph to give more details about the animals' poo. I would have given 5 stars, but a few of the ending facts seemed out of order. Once the author started talking about ...

    This book was pretty interesting. I loved learning all about the different kinds of poo. I know that sounds pretty strange, but it was quite fascinating. I never knew that Sloths creep down from trees to poo or that wombat's poo is cube-shaped. It was also cool to learn about what they...

    Summary: Learn about animal poop, and what zoos do with it. Review: I actually liked this book a lot. It reminds me a lot of "Whose Poop Is That", which is one of my favorite non-fiction books for little kids. I like the cartoon-y illustrations. I also like that they show the poop c...

    ?At zoo after zoo the animals chew. And then...they poo!? This informative colorful picture book not only describes different types of poo, but the animal that go with them, and their behavior. It also answers the question. A great book for little ones to learn all about that subje...

    I laughed out loud and then was awestruck -- square poop! Who knew? And how fascinating. Kids will love this book - because, well, poop is funny! But this book is also full of fascinating science about animals and poop. Poop is hilarious but this book will fill the breaths betw...

  • Alyssa Gudenburr
    Aug 02, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...

    #partner #blueslipmedia 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 ar...

    Anyone working with children and books knows that the rather naughty subjects of poop, peeing and farting are some of the most popular. In this book, science is mixed in as well, showing what zoos do with all of the animal poop they have. First the book explains what poo is, then moves...

    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, ?...

    How excited I was to WIN THIS BOOK from Unleashing Readers, last month! This book is basically what the title says. It starts out introducing various sizes, shapes, and colors of animal poo. Then it goes on to explain what zoos can do with the poo, ranging from sending it to landfills,...

    Have you ever visited the zoo and wondered what the heck they do with ALL the animal poo? I'm sure it's a question many of the little readers in your life have asked...well, author Jane Kurtz has answered this very question in her fun, factual, and delightful new picture bookWhat Do ...

    What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz, illustrated by Allison Black. PICTURE BOOK/NON-FICTION. Beach Lane Books (Simon & Schuster), 2018. $18. 978-4818-7986-8 EL (K-3) - ESSENTIAL This book is all about the poo in a zoo, from who makes what kind, to what happens to...

    Thanks to #kidlitexchange for sharing a review copy of this book! What Do They Do With All That Poo? Released on 6/19/18 . I could NOT help but wonder what this book was all about!! As soon as my kids saw the cover and title~ THEY were hooked! Anything kind of gross is a hit with t...

    Thanks to the publisher for the review copy. All opinions are my own. What do zoos do with all that poo? I've never had the slightest bit of curiosity about this question before. But once it was raised, I was pretty curious about what zoos do with up to 5,000 lbs of poo each day. Th...

    11/3/2018 ~~ Picture book non-fiction. Rhyming text to introduce each animal & concept. A brief informational paragraph to give more details about the animals' poo. I would have given 5 stars, but a few of the ending facts seemed out of order. Once the author started talking about ...

    This book was pretty interesting. I loved learning all about the different kinds of poo. I know that sounds pretty strange, but it was quite fascinating. I never knew that Sloths creep down from trees to poo or that wombat's poo is cube-shaped. It was also cool to learn about what they...

    Summary: Learn about animal poop, and what zoos do with it. Review: I actually liked this book a lot. It reminds me a lot of "Whose Poop Is That", which is one of my favorite non-fiction books for little kids. I like the cartoon-y illustrations. I also like that they show the poop c...

    ?At zoo after zoo the animals chew. And then...they poo!? This informative colorful picture book not only describes different types of poo, but the animal that go with them, and their behavior. It also answers the question. A great book for little ones to learn all about that subje...

    I laughed out loud and then was awestruck -- square poop! Who knew? And how fascinating. Kids will love this book - because, well, poop is funny! But this book is also full of fascinating science about animals and poop. Poop is hilarious but this book will fill the breaths betw...

    A very informative picture book about how zoo animals poop, interesting facts about their poop, and what zoos do with the poop. The top sentences are very short and can be read as a read aloud. The bottom sentences are smaller, longer, and gives lots of information. Overall a very info...

  • Baby Bookworm
    Jun 18, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

  • Amanda
    Jul 28, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

  • Ben Truong
    Aug 11, 2018

    If you have kids, poo books are just all the rage, right? But it's more fun as the reader when the facts you learn are fascinating. Who knew poo books could teach so much? The 4 year old always giggles about learning about bats having to turn right side up at night so they don't poo on...

    I absolutely loved all of the facts in this book! I can totally picture reading this with my nephews and having them laugh their heads off and also learn a bunch. The only problem is the answer to the title question is anti-climactic and also a little unclear (weirdly). I feel like thi...

    Why do I love this non-fiction children's book about poo so much? No, I'm asking--please explain it to me. WHY? ...

    A fascinating read about the different kinds of poop zoo animals have and the various ways they are used afterwards. ...

    While the subject of this book is rather gross, it's also a fact of life. And the title question is a good one. I have to admit that when I heard the title for the first time, I was both grossed out and intrigued. Grossed out for obvious reasons. Intrigued because I was curious to know...

    There is a lot I like about this book. First off, the illustrations are nice (even when they are picturing poo). It kind of reminds me of Curious George. Secondly, they have two sizes of fonts of each page. The bigger font with a contrasting color is short and rhymes. This makes it ...

    This book is fascinating and disgusting. The Victorian in me has never wondered what zoos do with animal waste. I would have never picked this book off the shelf; I only read it because it was required. But on the other hand, did you know that they make paper out of elephant waste? I k...

    Great informative book about animal poo. Answers questions like: why is hyena's poop white? Do lions hide their poo like domestic cats? What animal has square poo? And of course, what do zoo's do with all that poo? Sure to be a hit with elementary-age students. ...

    This is actually one of the most interesting books I've read in a long, long time. Who knew that wombat poo is cubical? Who knew about wombat poo? If you get paper from me for Christmas, you might consider the source. ...

    Oh! I love dit soooo much! ...

    Very educational, even I learned a few new facts. My 6yr old nephew enjoyed listening to me read it. ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is What Do They Do With All That Poo?, written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black, a wild and wonderful look at zoo animals? poo. ...

    I'm babysitting my nieces tonight and it is the eldest turn to choose the book and she chosen this one. What Do They Do with All That Poo? is a children's picture book written by Jane Kurtz and illustrated by Allison Black. It is a book about a zoo and how all the different type of ani...