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Reviewed by Darin Godby for Readers' Favorite
Nose Poop is a very well written book about what every child deals with and many times in embarrassment. Author Gloria J. Harris (Naejh) gives a vivid explanation of what “Nose Poop” is and how it catches bad things that get into our system, making us feel unwell. The reader understands this is the body’s way of getting rid of something that isn’t good for us, yet many people young and old tend to eat “Nose Poop,” putting it back into their system. This material is not just for babies; this applies to people of all ages and walks of life. Why do people do this? We may never know, but something has to be done with this “Nose Poop.” As often as one can, they should put it in a tissue, throw it away and wash their hands of any germs. When this is not an option, make sure not to eat it because, after all, it's “Nose Poop.”
Author Harris does a beautiful job of explaining the issue that everyone must deal with and gives excellent ways of handling this issue in a positive and well thought out manner. Illustrator Natalya Kharitonova does a fantastic job painting the picture so vividly so the young reader can see what the author’s words are intending to describe. This would be a fantastic book for every school library, public library, scholastic book fair and for any parent that wants to help their child in this manner. This book is not written to embarrass, but rather to deal with a delicate subject matter positively.