10 Aug 2018

TIMMY ON THE TOILET.

Timmy on the Toilet
TIMMY ON THE TOILET by PETA LEMON.


Timmy is walking to school one day and saves a fairy in distress.

He is granted a wish but accidentally wishes that he could fly whilst sitting on the toilet at school.

Join Timmy on his adventures flying on the toilet and find out what happens when the fairy grants him another wish for looking so daft.
- Back Cover Blurb

Timmy was walking to school one day
- First Sentence, Page Un-numbered

"Make this thing stop!" he started yelling.
"I should be in class doing my spelling!"
- Memorable Moment, Page Un-numbered

SOURCE ... Received with thanks from the publicity department at TaleBlade.

READ FOR A CHALLENGE? ... No.

MY THOUGHTS ... What is it about the world toilet that has children (and especially little boys) country wide (possibly even world wide) laughing? 

I don't know BUT mention the word to any small child and hear them laugh. Now mention a flying toilet and well ....

What I strongly suspect will be another winner from the author of The Fed-Up Cow, Timmy On The Toilet is a fun read written in verse that, beautifully illustrated by the talented Maria Dasic Todoric, will make a perfect addition to both the home and school library; lending itself perfectly not just to individual reading but, if published in a giant size, being shared by the whole class during story circle.

5 comments:

DMS said...

I know that toilet humor is very popular here in the United States. Could be worldwide. :)


This sounds like a book that kids will love. Lots of fun! Thanks for sharing.
~Jess

Kelly said...

Ha! Well it's certainly a unique tale. Looks like the illustrations are pretty clever, too.

Yvonne@fiction-books said...

It sounds as though Peta and Maria make a winning team!

The idea of writing cildren's books in verse, seems to be catching on. I guess that is not only because of the rhyming, which adds to the fun of reading; but because the sentences are that much shorter, to suit short attention spans!

I know one little boy, who is certainly cheeky enough already to suit books like this in the not too distant future.

Thanks for sharing and enjoy your weekend :)

Yvonne
xx

nightwingsraven said...

Tracy,

Toilet humour is also very
popular in The Netherlands.

But this sounds definitely
like a delightful book.

Raven

Melliane said...

It looks nice