The Outhouse Book

A Book To Read In The Outhouse

A Toilet Book to Read while in the Outhouse
A Toilet Book to Read While You Are in the Outhouse...
Photo by J. Loose Copyright © 1996
This book was received on another Christmas day! This book has a unique feature which can be heard if you click on the "whoosh" links in the story below. On each page is a story about an animal which is reproduced below.
  • The first page shows a kangaroo with a baby in her pouch knocking on a door. "Hurry up, Leo. my baby can't wait...whoosh!"
  • The second page shows an owl impatiently tapping its foot. "Hurry up, Joey. I'm in a bad state...whoosh!"
  • The third page shows a Rhino with the words Crash Bang . "Hurry up, Barney or I'll break down the door...whoosh!"
  • The fourth page shows a giraffe with its head bent all the way to the ground and a Knock Knock sound shows up. "Hurry up, Rhino or I'll pee on the floor...whoosh!"
  • The next page shows an elephant with its legs crossed and a Thump Thump sound is showing. "I've had 12 bananas, 6 pineapples, 10 giant pizzas, 20 fizzy drinks, 3 pieces of cake followed by a great...whoosh!"
  • The last page shows a tiny mouse and a lot of TAP TAP words all over. "Hurry up, Jumbo...whoosh! It may be too late!"
  • You can also hear another version of "the sound" by selecting HERE!
    The book is kind of entertaining and a quick read for those who are in and out in no time!
    What else can you see in the photo shown? Many times a photo is worth a thousand words and I've only elaborated with a few so here is your chance to add some "color commentary" to my collection. If your addition is worthy, you will find the quote added on the Comments to the Curator page. You can use Email to respond.


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