Who's in the Loo?

Who’s in the loo? There’s such a big queue! Is it an elephant having a poo? Or maybe a tiger who needed a tiddle, or a wandering wombat who wanted a widdle! Perhaps it’s a hamster who can’t reach the seat – or maybe a monkey who’s washing his feet. Find out in a gloriously irreverent rhyme from a best-loved author and illustrator, which lays on heaps of comical suspense before ending in a very cute surprise!

Winner of the Red House Award and the Sheffield Children’s Book Award.

“Brilliantly expressive drawings.” Sunday Telegraph

“A lovely build-up of a lengthening queue for the loo at the zoo …. A certain hit.” Boysintobooks.co.uk

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  • Awards

    Jeanne has won several awards including the Nestle Smarties prize for Tadpole’s Promise, the Portsmouth Children’s Book Prize for Dumb Creatures and Grandad and John and the Book Trust Early Years award for Bog Baby. She has also won Red House award twice for Who’s in the Loo? and Bottoms Up!, both illustrated by Adrian Reynolds.

  • Awards

    Adrian won the Sheffield Children’s Book Prize for Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs, and has won the Red House award twice for Who’s in the Loo? and Bottoms Up!, both written by Jeanne Willis.

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