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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite
Who Clogged Our Toilet? by Paul Ledford is an educational children’s picture book. It helps children to understand what happens when the toilet is flushed and where everything ultimately goes. By the end of the book, young readers are left with a message of how important it is to clean up the environment that surrounds us so that there is a world left for us to inhabit ultimately. The tone of the narrative is informal, but still quite clearly manages to get its point across to young readers.
Paul Ledford’s Who Clogged Our Toilet? took me on a far different journey than I expected, based on the title of the book. The majority of this 38-page book centers around helping the little girl understand how important it is to keep things running smoothly and explains the crucial role of being sure that you are on the side of caring for the earth, rather than playing a part that hinders it. The illustrations created by Martin Schmidt were entertaining and expressive. The toilet paper rolls that were surfing the toilet water brought about a few chuckles!
Who Clogged Our Toilet? is definitely a book I would wholeheartedly recommend to anyone trying to impress upon their little one the importance of keeping a clean bathroom and maintaining a clean earth. The illustrations will bring a smile to the corners of adults' mouths far and wide as well, so this book isn’t just for children, but those of us who are young at heart.