Where Does a Pirate Go Potty?

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$16.99  $15.80
West Margin Press
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8.1 X 8.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.6 pounds

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About the Author

Dawn Babb Prochovnic is an author, educator, speaker, and the founder of SmallTalk Learning, which provides American Sign Language education. She has written several children's books and led workshops to support early literacy. Visit her at dawnprochovnic.com.

Jacob Souva is a designer and an illustrator of children's books, including Where Does a Cowgirl Go Potty?, Where Does a Pirate Go Potty?, and Pedro's Pan. He finds inspiration in texture and pattern, and loves incorporating his process into his artwork. Visit him at twofishillustration.com.

"A hilarious adventure filled with playful anticipation and fun, WHERE DOES A PIRATE GO POTTY? guarantees a good time and laughter. . . very highly recommended for family, elementary school, and community library picture book collections for children ages 5-8."--Children's Bookwatch
"Privy privations lead a desperate cowhand on a wild goose chase. A cowgirl finds herself in quite a pickle when she feels the urge to take care of some necessary business. Trouble is, all the critters she encounters give her bad advice. A hound dog suggests she go in a grassy pasture, but a horse dispels that myth right quick ('This is where a pony goes potty!'). The horse suggests a canyon, but the coyotes rebuff her intentions, saying that's their potty place. On and on it goes, each animal suggesting a location only to have another lay claim to the spot. The poor cowgirl is fit to burst when at long last she spies the rancher's well-appointed indoor toilet. The animals are aghast, but clearly that is the right place to go. While some potty trainees may enjoy the malarkey, this book is clearly aimed at the older set, for whom toilet misadventures are the height of humor... Potty humor―not instruction―with goofs and gaffes galore." (WHERE DOES A COWGIRL GO POTTY?)--Kirkus Reviews