101 Things to Do While You Poo features brainteasers, mazes, fun facts, jokes, and crafts that can all be done while doing your "business" in the bathroom.
101 Things to Do While You Poo encourages children to take however long they need to do their business--and stay entertained in the process! Continuing the humorous and interactive 101 Things series, 101 Things to Do While You Poo features brainteasers, mazes, fun facts, jokes, and crafts that can all be done while doing your "business" in the bathroom. From toilet-paper crafts and origami to irreverent jokes, brain-training games and puzzles, and wow-worthy "did you knows" and trivia, children will spend hours wiling away the time on the toilet. 101 Things to Do While You Poo encourages children to make the most of their private time by learning more than 100 bathroom-themed games, crafts, jokes, and riddles that will make even the most straight-laced parent crack a smile. Take however long you need to do your business--and stay entertained in the process!
A stay-at-home mom of three boys, COURTNEY SANCHEZ began crafting as way to keep her children stimulated and active. Having time to sit and be creative with children, and to explore using texture, colors and (most importantly) their imagination is a great way to bond and teach at the same time. Her website, Crafts by Courtney explores a variety of activities and how-to kids crafts to keep children active and inspired through creative play. G L MOORE is the author of a wide range of brain-training and puzzle books for both children and adults, including The Mammoth Book of Brain Games, The Mammoth Book of New Sudoku, and The Rough Guide Book of Brain Training. He created an online brain-training website called BrainedUp.com and runs an online puzzle site called PuzzleMix.com. Gareth has a PhD from the University of Cambridge in the field of Machine Learning, where he taught machines to understand spoken English.
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