Who Did It?

by Ohara Hale

$ 14.95

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ISBN: 9781576876817

In the tradition of the classic Everyone Poops, a collection of silly illustrated board books in which animals and insects demonstrate bodily noises and functions to help young kids understand and deal with them in a healthy, courteous, and appropriate way.

by Ohara Hale

Children / Picture Book / Bodily Functions / Ages 2-5
Box set
6 x 6 inches
50 pages
ISBN: 978-1-57687-681-7
$14.95 US/CAN

Available May 2014

In the tradition of the classic Everyone Poops, a collection of silly illustrated board books in which animals and insects demonstrate bodily noises and functions to help young kids understand and deal with them in a healthy, courteous, and appropriate way.

Sneezing, burping, farting, pooing, and peeing: basic functions that elicit all kinds of reactions from kids, ranging from hilarity to creativity to withholding—and a variety of reactions from adults, from reluctant amusement to disgust to total parental meltdown. The key to teaching the whole family how to handle these events in a positive way is to be able to talk about them. Ohara’s whimsical approach teaches kids 3 simple lessons—what these bodily functions are, why they shouldn’t cause undue
embarrassment, and how to politely and considerately deal with them.

  • Who Sneezed? covers nasal mucus, nose-picking, and good nostril and hand hygiene
  • Who Burped? reveals the source of these noxious emanations, and explains how to apologize politely
  • Who Farted? gives the lowdown on gaseous releases, and the right way to handle them in public
  • Who Peed? offers advice on peeing in the right place
  • Who Pooped? provides a primer on performing on the potty

 


 

Ohara Hale is an artist, illustrator, gig-poster maker, children’s book author, animator, director, graphic designer, textile/print and fashion designer, comic maker, art director, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumental musician. Born in Hollywood, she spent her youth dodging tornados in Missouri, her formative years in LA, and now calls Montreal home. Ohara’s first book, Mr. Pizza’s ABC /L’ABC de Monsieur Pizza was published by la courte échelle in Canada.