What Do They Do With All That Poo?

by Jane Kurtz (author) and Allison Black (illustrator) (UK edition)

Suitable for 5 - 8 years

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There are heaps of animals at the zoo – and they all make lots and LOTS of poo! So what happens to all that poo? Have you ever wondered? Now this laugh-out-loud rhyming picture book finally answers the question with a funny (and totally TRUE) look at the destiny of all those droppings. There’s cube-shaped wombat poo. There are teeny-tiny worm casts. There are big blobs of elephant dung. And watch out for the hippos! Don’t stand behind them! Some of the poo ends up in science labs. Some ends up in people’s gardens. But can you tell us where else it goes – and work out what critter each zoo poo comes from?

  • A fun-filled look at science, sure to get kids giggling
  • Cheeky rhymes, cute animals and bright, bold artwork
  • Perfect for curious kids who delight in yucky humour
  • Full of fun facts about animal biology and behaviour

Product Details

Catalogue number

5782 in Rewards Catalogue 2019/20






Simon & Schuster Childrens Books

Date published

March 7th, 2019

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  • 40 pages


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