Poo in the Forest
It’s brown, hard, and hairy. But who does this poo belong to? Take a walk through the trees and learn all about forest animals from the poo they leave behind—just watch your step!
|Grade 1 - Grade 3
|JNF000000, JNF003000, JNF051000
|Beginning Readers, High-Interest, Illustrated, Nonfiction
|Number of Pages
|7.75 x 7.75
|9781647473839, 9781647473938, 9781647473983
|Reinforced book, Unlimited Access eBook, Savings Bundle
|Guided Reading Level
|Lexile Reading Level
SLJ Review of Whose Poo?
These books turn scatology into a guessing game. A different biome is spotlighted in each title, with various types of poo introduced along with clues to the identity of their makers. Labels point out details such as color and consistency, and three animals are suggested. After studying the text and photos, readers turn the page to see if their guess is correct. Additional facts are shared on the reveal page. For instance, hippos use their tails like propellers to spread their poo around their territory. The books end with a “Bonus Poo!” section, which describes more animals from the biome and their poo habits. VERDICT Perfect for students who enjoy bathroom humor and animal facts. This series will not stay on the shelf.
|Full-color illustrations, Full-color photographs