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'Who's in the loo? There's a very long queue. Is it an elephant having a poo?' If your house has many occupants, then this witty rhyme from the irreverent and observant pen of Jeanne Willis will resonate profoundly. Adrian Reynolds' exuberant illustrations highlight the fun!

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28th February '16
Piglet read it themselves aged 4 aged 4
Who's in the Loo? 9781842706985
5 stars
Two children are stood outside a loo at zoo, in a very long queue.... What could be taking so long? This is a very funny tale of two children vividly imagining all different kinds of animals in the loo and the catastrophes that might have befallen them. The edition of the book that I have also includes a CD narrated by Steven Mangan which is great for car journeys.
12th November '18
I read it to monkeyamelie aged 5 aged 5 & to ncfckieran aged 11 aged 11
Who's in the Loo? 9781842706985
5 stars
We have had this book for a long time now and we still love it so much, it's all about kids trying to guess who has been in the loo for a really long time! Who it turns out to be is just great! 

I love how the story rhymes, its funny without being inappropriate and even though the book is over 10 years old now it just won't grow old. The artwork is also incredible! This is in my top 10 for kids books without a doubt  
22nd February '19
I read it to OA aged 4 aged 4
Who's in the Loo? 9781842706985
5 stars
I can not believe I have not reviewed this book yet!  ‘Who’s in the loo?’ was one of our families first faves...just the most brilliant poo and wee book...perfect for potty training and beyond....a must read! 
3rd May '16
I read it to Batman aged 6 aged 6
Who's in the Loo? 9781842706985
5 stars
This is such a funny , well written story which my son loves. 
The story flows very well and has great rhyming words and bright illustrations. 
Contains toilet humour which makes my son really giggle which then makes me giggle. 
27th September '16
I read it to tomray aged 4 aged 4
Who's in the Loo? 9781842706985
5 stars
All time favourite book for my toilet obsessed 4 year old! The rhymes are brilliant and he and his Dad spend hours making up their own to add to the story. A must have for little boys! 
4th May '16
I read it to Matthew aged 3 aged 3
Who's in the Loo? 9781842706985
5 stars
I hadn't read this book for a long time and yet when I picked it up to read to my son yesterday I found that the story just rolled off my tongue as it had been such a firm favourite with the other 2!  The story of why there is a long queue for the toilet is written in a lovely rhyme that is easy to read and easy for the children to join in with.  The illustrations are clear and bright and there is plenty to talk about on each page.  The bonus for my children is that it's a little bit rude! Until you get to the surprise ending!!
22nd February '16
I read it to BBear07 aged 8 aged 8 & to Rat-rat09 aged 6 aged 6
Who's in the Loo? 9781842706985
5 stars
We borrowed this from the library when the children were tiny and they loved it so much we had to keep taking it out and renewing it! In the end we bought a copy, the rhyming tale, of the mystery occupant of the toilet always brought a smile to the children!! 

Highly recommended for young children 
11th May '18
I read it to Joshuag aged 2 aged 2
Who's in the Loo? 9781842706985
5 stars
A very funny book.
I think because its about toilet talk its even more funny makes my boys (even the older ones) laugh out loud.

entertaining with good pictures.
4th April '16
I read it to AnnaC aged 6 aged 6 & to IslaC aged 4 aged 4
Who's in the Loo? 9781842706985
5 stars
this has been a family favourite for years, who doesn't love stories about going to the loo?! Lots of lovely rhymes and great illustrations make this a pleasure to read to anyone over 2
1st November '15
Read to a child aged 3
Who's in the Loo? 9781842706985
4 stars
Who's in the loo has lots of animals and funny scenarios for why they may be taking so long in the loo. It's silly humour perfect for little ears and made my daughter giggle ALOT!! She knows it's a bit rude which means we have to read it several times a day!
18th November '14
I read it to dinosaur man aged 2 aged 2
Who's in the Loo? 9781842706985
4 stars
This is a very funny book which makes my children giggle. Two children are queuing for the loo & wondering who is taking so long! 'Is it a tiger who needed a tiddle or a wandering wombat who wanted a widdle?' It's rhyming words & illustrations are brilliant. Perhaps a bit crude in parts but all children like toilet humour!!!
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About Jeanne Willis

Jeanne Willis Biography
Author Jeanne Willis has written over 80 children's books from picture books and stories for younger readers to teen novels. She has won several awards, including the Children's Book Award, the Silver Smarties Prize and has also been shortlisted for the Whitbread Award.

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About Adrian Reynolds

Ceri Wyn Jones was born in Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire before moving to west Wales and was educated in Cilgerran, Cardigan and Aberystwyth. He won the Chair at the National Eisteddfod in 1997 and 2014 and the Crown in 2009. He was an English teacher at Ysgol Gyfun Dyffryn Te...

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