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Where Does Poo Go?

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Crazy but true, life on Earth can't exist without poo! Starting with human sewage then moving on to animal poo, this surprisingly charming lift-the-flap book explores what happens when we flush, what animal toilets look like, why animals don't need to flush and just how important poo is - for a myriad of fascinating (and sometimes yucky) reasons.

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This is Book 6 in the Lift the Flap First Questions and Answers Series. See all Lift the Flap First Questions and Answers books here.

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Katie has been writing children's books for almost half her life. She specialises in non-fiction books and loves questioning the world from a child's point of view. Over the years she's developed some of Usborne bestselling series, including the See Inside books and 

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Dan Taylor has always had a passion for illustration and, since graduating with an illustration degree, has been working for many years as a freelance artist. Dan works in a number of different forms, including traditional painting techniques combined with digital. He drinks tea by the gallon and lives with a mischievous little dog called Bertie. His other t

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