Why are farts so funny to little kids? Why are they obsessed with poop? Anything to do with the bottom end of our business instantly piques their interest. Child fascination with poop usually continues to adulthood with some!
Do you get embarrassed to talk about it with your kids, or try to change the topic? Or do you join in with some potty humour of your own? Everyone poops, so why not discuss it without getting flustered?
There are plenty of poop book for toddlers. Books about poop are fun and educational. Whether you’re trying to potty train your child or just learn about normal bodily functions, funny poop books are the way to go.
These are 2 books on poop and fart that we enjoy reading together. It gives us plenty of laughs and information. We hope you enjoy them too!
Does it Fart? By Nick Caruso, Dani Rabaiotti and illustrated by Alex G. Griffiths:
This book started as a result of research for adults, then adapted for younger curious minds. There’s another book in the series called True or Poo? which also promises to be fun.
We love this book because it is fun to ask the question: Does it fart? In simple terms, it describes what causes farts, or doesn’t. From camels and butterflies to humans and unicorns, this book’s got all the answers.
The Poop Book by Tejaswini Apte-Rahm, Sujatha Padmanabhan, and illustrated by Priya Kuriyan:
A children’s book about animal poop is fun and informative for all ages. It talks about creatures who all have their own special way of pooping – or using poop! Short sentences that an early reader can read on their own, makes this a fun read.
We love that it’s not just about how animals poop, but the uses of their droppings: As food, homes, defence mechanisms, and making paper or jewellery, excreta has plenty of uses. It has some funny word associations that you can be sure will be repeated often, usually at the dinner table.
Do you have any recommendations for a beguiling book about bottoms?
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