In this lighthearted, humorous rhyme, several animals explain why some mysterious poop that has been left behind isn’t theirs. Features a rainbow-colored, glittered, squishy foam poop that is visible through the die-cut cover and on every interior spread.
A dung beetle finds a pile of poop and asks the other animals if it belongs to them—but each explains why it can’t possibly be theirs. Elephant’s poop is pink and blue; Dog’s poop is brown; and Penguin’s looks like sticky goo. So who could the mysterious pile of poop belong to? This bright, fun book features adorable illustrations and a colorful, squishy foam poop that is visible through the die-cut cover and on every interior spread!
Danielle McLean is a children's book editor who lives in South London, England. When she's not writing and editing children's books, she can be found in ballet class pursuing her other childhood dream.
Anna Süßbauer grew up in Cologne, Germany, and has always loved drawing and reading since she was a child. Coming from a creative family, she has been surrounded by art books, picture books, comic books, and her father's typewriter, on which she used to type her own stories. Her first career was in web design, website administration, and e-commerce for a large travel company. Years later after having her beautiful daughter, Emilia, and going back to work part-time, Anna decided to become a freelancer, illustrating picture books. Her work is inspired by a whimsical sense of humor—she has a thing for silly jokes—and by her love for all kind of animals, including her two dogs, Eddie and Patsy, of course.