"Bunny wants his potty. What will Bunny do? Only one thing for it . . . skip to the loo Bunny's not the only one skipping to the loo. Read more...
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"Bunny wants his potty. What will Bunny do? Only one thing for it . . . skip to the loo Bunny's not the only one skipping to the loo. Look who else wants their potty Quite a few. . . ."
With rollicking rhythm, Sally Lloyd-Jones gets the party going in a book that simply rejoices in the call of nature. Everyone is invited to celebrate from a lonely dodo to a wibbly woo, from Lord and Lady Huff Puff to an elephant in a tutu. But when the party is in full swing and everyone's on their potty, Bunny sees that someone very important is missing. Who could it be?"
- ISBN-13: 9780763672348
- ISBN-10: 0763672343
- Publisher: Candlewick Press (MA)
- Publish Date: March 2016
- Page Count: 32
- Reading Level: Ages 2-5
- Dimensions: 8.8 x 9.5 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.9 pounds
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-12-07
- Reviewer: Staff
Riffing on the song Skip to My Lou, Lloyd-Jones (The House Thats Your Home) and Jeram (Guess How Much I Love You) suggest that using the bathroom is an event worth celebrating, as various creatures skip and prance their way to a potty party. A rabbit gets things started, but Bunnys not the only one/ skipping to the loo./ Look who else wants their potty!/ Quite a few... The following pages are nothing short of a potty parade as kangaroos, a dodo, a frog on a scooter, a tutu-wearing elephant, an iguanalike monster, and others romp through the woods with one thing on their minds. Jerams characteristically delicate ink-and-watercolor artwork adds gentle humor throughout (at one point, a mouse unspools a roll of toilet paper like its a red carpet), and eventually the animals set up their chamber pots and training toilets in a clearing. An embedded mirror invites readers to join in: Wait! Isnt someone missing? I wonder... is it you? Leaving the mechanics of using the potty to concerned adults, Lloyd-Joness singsong rhymes instead establish an everyones doing it aura of excitement as a means of encouragement. Ages 25. (Mar.)