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Publisher's Summary

Poor Liam. On the very first day of fifth grade, in a strange new town, and a large new school, he interrupts everyone to bolt out and into the girl's bathroom. There, down in the far stall, in pain from a horrible stomach condition, he meets a new friend: Poop.
The cheery little guy says he's there to help Liam through a tough time in his life. But what does Liam need help with? And who, in their right mind, would want Poop for a friend?
©2016 Thought Bubble Publishing (P)2017 Thought Bubble Publishing
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By Sarah on 12-10-17

Poop is hilarious, heart warming and honest

Poop is laugh out loud funny, heart warming and brutally honest. It's relatable to anyone who has ever felt different because of something embarrassing and completely out of their control (all of us! especially kids), and shows what would happen if we couldn't politely sweep those things under the rug and avoid them. Our protagonist Liam suffers from what seems like some form of IBS and is in a new school with new kids, new teachers, family challenges etc. which is hard enough. His poop becomes a fully personified mentor and friend. This story is about more than Liam accepting his body and listening to it to improve his health.. it's about letting go, embracing change, finding his voice and growing up. I was truly moved by this story and I think it will connect with parents and kids alike. A.J. Morrison's reading is warm, touching, funny and engaging.. his performance does the story justice.

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By Dude Guy Buddy Man Person on 12-05-17

Bravo

The name is an icebreaker, a catalyst, nothing more; it’s much more, and its depth is quickly developed. The narration is consistent and keeps your attention without the narrator becoming the focus. The writing is direct: the characters are identifiable, the events are creatively explored, and the end result is accepting and kind. The overall feel of the book is a thinly disguised love letter to all walks of life. This is a good story. You may need it more than you know. Your kids will probably enjoy it, too. Play it through. It’s honest. It’s worth it.

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