Official Review: I'm Swimming in the Toilet... PLEASE DON...

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Post by Kibetious »

This sounds completely captivating and fascinating. Who wouldn't want to have a hearty laughter from reading the book? Wonderful lesson as well. Thanks for the review.
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Post by briellejee »

I have read Len Foley’s books before and this one is no surprise that this is entertaining! I love the illustrations as well in this one. Can’t blame you on being a fan of his works, I am too! Thanks for this review!
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Post by dragonet07 »

This book is surprisingly relatable considering how many times I've found a poor little frog trying to escape the heat in our bathroom (fortunately in the bathtub rather than the toilet). The illustrations sound really interesting, and I have to admit that I always prefer picture books that rhyme. They're so much easier and more fun to read to kids. I might have to try this one out on my niece. Thank you for the helpful review.
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Post by TheTrueNyree »

This definitely sound like it may be a good children book. I like the message on how ignoring warning signs can be a problem. I like that it has humor that should keep children interested. I am actually curious enough to read it myself. Congratulations on BOTD.

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Post by Amy747 »

This book sounds hilarious. I love discovering extra special books like this to share with my kids.

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