When our younger readers demanded a Bathroom Reader of their own, Uncle John put together this brain-boggling easy-to-read collection of facts, fads, quotes, history, science, origins, pop culture, mythology, humor, and more! Plus it’s full of wacky and fun illustrations and Uncle John’s famous “running feet” — those fun and fascinating facts on the bottom of every page.
Curious young readers will learn about the real Dr. Seuss, baseball superstitions, the birth of The Simpsons, how carnival games are rigged, the history of dining on scorpions and tarantulas, shocking truths about thunder and lightning, and disgusting bodily functions like ear wax production and digestion (and why they’re important), and much, much more..
Hott Review of Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader For Kids Only!:
This book is amazing! I loved every minute plus my reluctant reader devoured it!!
Full of amazing facts, quotes, and anecdotes this book is jammed packed with fun learning is a quick and easy to read format. My kids read & reread this book and I love handing over fun learning!
Thanks, Uncle John & the Gang!
|Author:||Bathroom Readers’ Institute|
|Source:||Portable Press via Kismet Book Tours|
As a kid, what types of trivia would have fascinated you most? The disgusting bodily function type trivia, the scientific facts, or the weird or obscure factoids?
All three, really. Who doesn’t like to make their parents squirm when you tell them, “Hey Mom. Did you know that you fart a pint of gas every day?” We love science trivia because it helps us understand the world around us, and obscure factoids because they make you sound like a genius. Plus I love learning history facts teachers never tells you. And sports trivia. (Did you know that there are cockroach races in Australia every year?)
Eventually, though, he realized that because of his love of fascinating facts (and being a bathroom reader himself), he was naturally suited, perhaps even destined, to bring the joy of trivia to the world in a fun, informative way. He assumed the pseudonym Uncle John for the Bathroom Reader series and since then, Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader has become the longest-running, most popular series of its kind in the publishing industry. To date, there are more than 15 million Uncle John’s Bathroom Readers in print and his fanatical flock of followers span from Australia to the United Kingdom and beyond.
Guided by their obsession with unusual trivia, amazing origins, and forgotten history, Gordon “Uncle John” Javna and his staff at the Bathroom Readers’ Institute have made Uncle John’s Bathroom Readers a must-have for book and gift stores worldwide for over two decades. Gordon continues to expand his porcelain province from his throne room in Ashland, Oregon.
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