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Elena Fernandez, Independent Usborne Consultant


Noisy bottoms

Noisy bottoms

Noisy books
Noisy bottoms

  • Foxes do it… rabbits do it… Even Daddy Bear does it! Little children won’t be able to resist pressing the buttons to make all the sounds in this hilarious book!
  • Little Bear meets all the animals in the forest and discovers that sometimes, everyone has a noisy bottom…including himself!
  • With five different sounds guaranteed to get children giggling.
“Certain to keep young readers in fits of giggles.”
Booktrust

Hardback with sound panel:

$23.95 Add to basket

Extra information

Age: 3+

Hardback with sound panel:
ISBN: 9781409551430
10 pages
270 x 230mm

Author/Editor: Sam Taplin

Illustrator: Mark Chambers

Awards

Shortlisted - Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2013
The Roald Dahl Funny Prize aims to promote laughter and humour as a feel-good factor when reading, to draw attention to funny books as readable and enjoyable and to reward authors and illustrators who write and illustrate books using humour. At least 200 children, selected from schools around the UK, will play a part in the judging process this year, voting for the book they think is the most hilarious in their age category. Their votes will be combined with those of the official judging panel to find two winning books for 2013.

Press reviews

This irresistible book with its bold, brightly-coloured illustrations, plus plenty of mischief and silliness, is certain to keep young readers in fits of giggles.
Booktrust

Reader reviews

Very amusing for small children!
I recently bought this book for my daughter's 2nd birthday. It's a story about little bear disapproving of all his friends' 'bottom noises' before he makes one himself! I'm as childish as my 2 year old, and let's just say that this title did not disappoint! She loves pressing the buttons and I have caught her sitting on her own turning the pages and laughing at each noise! A fun title - but don't buy unless you have a sense of humour!

Hilary Pyburn, 6th November 2012