What are the best books about poop?

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    #1The Humanure Handbook

    The Humanure Handbook

    The Humanure Handbook: A Guide to Composting Human Manure is a non-fiction book written by Joseph C. Jenkins. This book was originally published in 2005, and it highlights everything you need to know about human manure.

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    Judy Adams
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "The Humanure Handbook: A Guide to Composting Human Manure had been a very interesting read. I feel thoroughly versed on the history and potential impact of human manure--the book is totally comprehensive. I have a better perspective on the environmental uses of compost and how I can contribute to reducing waste. It corrected many misconceptions that I had!"
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    #2Henrietta James

    Henrietta James

    Henrietta James: Not Everyone Poops by Nerissa N. Nordquist and Kris Adams, and illustrator Dan Solovitz was published in 2012. This book is about the reply of Henrietta James regarding the published book that "everyone poops."

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    Russell Garrett
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "This is a hilarious book featuring the correspondence of an individual who understands that someone people's bodily handicaps and lack of function prevents them from having a regular bowel movement. This isn't what I was looking for, so I bought the standard Everyone Poops for my kids, but I read this thing and thought it was funny."
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    #3Poop

    Poop

    Poop: A Natural History of the Unmentionable (Nicola Davies Science series) by Nicola Davies and illustrator Neal Layton was published in 2004. This non-fiction children's book is about animal feces.

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    Lawrence Jensen
    Written on April 6, 2018
    "A great book for kids. It's a bit pricy but entertaining and keeps the kids giggling. I would have given it a five but for the price."
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    #4Poop Culture

    Poop Culture

    Poop Culture: How America Is Shaped by Its Grossest National Product is a non-fiction book by Dave Praeger and Paul Provenza. This book provides an overview of how people view poop and the impact of it to humans.

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    Jose Schmidt
    Written on April 13, 2018
    "Very funny (surprisingly so) and informative. The approach that the authors took was very intriguing! Glad I took a chance on this!"
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    #5The Origin of Feces

    The Origin of Feces
    The Origin of Feces: What Excrement Tells Us about Evolution, Ecology, and a Sustainable Society is a non-fiction book written by David Waltner-Toews. It gives an overview of the importance of wastes.
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    Mary Estrada
    Written on April 8, 2018
    "Poop humor sells, so why not learn about it? That was my thought when I grabbed this tome of knowledge. It was very enlightening and much more advanced textbook than the children's favorite of "everybody poops". And it has a punny title to boot!"
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    #6What Shat That?

    What Shat That?

    What Shat That?: A Pocket Guide to Poop Identity is a non-fiction book written by Matt Pagett. This book highlights the thing that living creatures have in common. This book was published in 2007.

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    Phillip Webb
    Written on April 15, 2018
    "Not sure if this book is meant as a satire or not, but either way i'd have fun reading this in away. A self-help guide for trackers and hunters."
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    #7Never Wipe Your Ass with a Squirrel

    Never Wipe Your Ass with a Squirrel

    Never Wipe Your Ass with a Squirrel: A Trail Running, Ultramarathon, and Wilderness Survival Guide for Weird Folks is a non-fiction book written by Jason Robillard. This book was originally published in 2013.

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    Mark Moore
    Written on April 7, 2018
    "Very comical book with a lot of good information in it for surviving in the wilderness. Very enjoyable! "
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    #8The Story of the Little Mole Who Went in Search of Whodunit

    The Story of the Little Mole Who Went in Search of Whodunit
    The Story of the Little Mole Who Went in Search of Whodunit is a children's fiction book written by Werner Holzwarth and Wolf Erlbruch. This book was originally published in 1989.
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    James Richardson
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "The Moles are very fun to read about. The new lands that I have discovered are fun. Like that I can read it when there is no internet connection or I just want to relax.."
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    #9I Can't, I Won't, No Way!: A Book For Children Who Refuse to Poop

    I Can't, I Won't, No Way!: A Book For Children Who Refuse to Poop

    I Can't, I Won't, No Way!: A Book For Children Who Refuse to Poop is a children's picture book written by Tracey J. Vessillo and translated by Mike Motz. This children's picture book was published on August 30, 2012.

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    Aarav Kapoor
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "One of many books about poop, average ratings on amazon, so I would consider this answer good, but not the best book."
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    #10Sam's Science: I Know Where My Food Goes

    Sam's Science: I Know Where My Food Goes

    Sam's Science: I Know Where My Food Goes is a children's picture book written by Kate Rowan. This children's picture book was published on January 6, 1999 by Candlewick.

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    Edward Morrison
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "If you have a kid that wants to know anything about how the body works, then this book is for you! This suits preschool up to around second grade. It is a very simple but direct look at what happens to food when we eat it. It would make a good place to start with teaching a child about the process of eating and what happens inside as a result."
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    #11Everyone Poops

    Everyone Poops

    Everyone Poops is a fictional children's picture book written by Taro Gomi and translated by Amanda Mayer Stinchecum. This fictional children's picture book was published by by Kane/Miller Book Publishers.


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    Gilberto Saucedo
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "It's a classic. It's a joke. It's a meme. My daughter loves it. Every child going through the stages of potty training will identify and be interested in this book. It's got a silly title that grabs kids from the get go and helps them become comfortable with themselves and the whole biological process. If you've got a child who's going to be leaving diapers soon, I would definitely recommend it."
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    #12Bladder and Bowel Issues for Kids

    Bladder and Bowel Issues for Kids

    Bladder and Bowel Issues for Kids is a children's fictional picture book written by Janet A. Hulme. This children's fictional picture book was published by Phoenix Publishing.

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    Randy Torres
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "Bladder and bowel dysfunction can be a difficult subject for anyone, let alone children who might not fully understand what's going on. This can be a frustrating and scary experience for any child, and this book does an outstanding job of helping to explain to young children the details at a level they can easily understand. It also provides parents with information regarding how they can help their child manage these issues."

Summary

Best What are the best books about poop
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1The Humanure HandbookBooks 11 Paid
2Henrietta JamesBooks 10 Paid
3PoopBooks 7 Paid
4Poop CultureBooks 6 Paid
5The Origin of FecesBooks 5 Paid
6What Shat That?Books 4 Paid
7Never Wipe Your Ass with a SquirrelBooks 2 Paid
8The Story of the Little Mole Who Went in Search of WhodunitBooks 1 Paid
9I Can't, I Won't, No Way!: A Book For Children Who Refuse to PoopBooks 0 Paid
10Sam's Science: I Know Where My Food GoesBooks 0 Paid
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