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Ri Celebrated author illustrator and master explainer David Macaulay brings his uniue voice and style to high interest nonfiction books for newly independent readersEveryone knows what a Toilet is for right But what exactly happens after you flush Where d.

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Paperback ✓ Toilet Kindle Ø David Macaulay born in was eleven when his parents moved from England to Bloomfield New Jersey He found himself having to adjust from an idyllic English childhood to life in a fast paced American city During this time he began to draw seriously and after graduating from high school he enrolled in the Rhode Island School of Design RISD After spending his fifth year at RISD in Rome on.

10 thoughts on “Toilet

  1. Sunday Sunday says:

    Paperback ✓ Toilet Kindle Ø toilet mobile, Toilet PDFEPUBI’m always looking for non animal focused non narrative texts for students to read Having always been a fan of his adult “how it works” books I’ve been curious about Macaulay’s “how it works” series of books for children Alas I am disappointed See my notes below – these might be helpful when you are considering nonfiction for your own classroom or libraryToilet How It Works My Readers Series – Level 4 Macaulay 2013 NOT ENOUGH INFO READER MIGHT BE CONFUSED On page 5 Macaulay mentions “bacteria” as being in the waste our bodies make and then he makes reference to bacteria multiple other times in the book His intro to bacteria is in this sentence on page 5 – “Bacteria produce useful nutrients But if they get on our hands or back inside our bodies they can make us sick” This is the first time he discusses bacteria an


  2. Sandy Sandy says:

    Paperback ✓ Toilet Kindle Ø toilet mobile, Toilet PDFEPUBInteresting but my daughter had uestions than answers after reading this Example The book says bacteria can be good for you then jumps to it being dangerous Not enough explanation was given


  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    Paperback ✓ Toilet Kindle Ø toilet mobile, Toilet PDFEPUBIt's a toliet It's gross Kids will love it The technical side of how a toliet and sewer works Great diagrams Contains glossary and index


  4. Stacie Stacie says:

    Paperback ✓ Toilet Kindle Ø toilet mobile, Toilet PDFEPUBReally interesting introduction to toilets and the processing of human wastes Tastefully illustrated Good level of detail for beginners to reading and science I learned a lot too


  5. Wendy Wendy says:

    Paperback ✓ Toilet Kindle Ø toilet mobile, Toilet PDFEPUBI thought this would be a spoof It's not


  6. Asher Asher says:

    Paperback ✓ Toilet Kindle Ø toilet mobile, Toilet PDFEPUBThere may be some gaps in this book but my kids loved it


  7. Becky Becky says:

    Paperback ✓ Toilet Kindle Ø toilet mobile, Toilet PDFEPUBOn one hand I really liked this book It has important and interesting information not only about toilets but also about waste treatment Macaulay does a wonderful jobOn the other hand I find I am uestioning the format This is written as an easy reader The audience for an easy reader is usually a child who is learning how to read Sentences are kept short and vocabulary is somewhat controlled to help these young readers This book contains the shortened sentences but does not have the easy vocabulary Unless a child has a lot of background in the subject a first or second grader the usual readers of early readers won't be able to handle the vo


  8. Joan Joan says:

    Paperback ✓ Toilet Kindle Ø toilet mobile, Toilet PDFEPUBThis was a nice explanation of how a toilet works Macaulay wants to produce books that will entice kids to read and he does it in his way He tells kids how something works Now he is making these books for the beginning readers and I applaud him for doing that There are plenty of boysand girlswho don't want to read fiction about talking animals for example but want real books about real things This series will provide them with a great alternative My only complaint is that this is not a beginning reader but a advanced reader On the other hand I'm not sure how simply you can explain something complicated Probably about grade 3 4 is the lowest you could go in terms of explaining things Nonetheless I hope this is a trend that continues and I hope some excellent author proves me wrong about grade 3 4 being the lowest reading level you can go with decent nonfiction This will be an excellent book to hand a struggling reader who has to read a book but hates fiction I must


  9. Elissa Schaeffer Elissa Schaeffer says:

    Paperback ✓ Toilet Kindle Ø toilet mobile, Toilet PDFEPUBThis is a brief introduction to waste management from a respected author of nonfiction for children It's also very nice to see a nonfiction reader that's not about animals or insects as that seems to dominate the areaFirst let me say that the title may be misleading Yes there is a particular focus on the toilet but we get information on how the body makes waste to septic tanks and sewer treatment plants So there's to thi


  10. Elizabeth S Elizabeth S says:

    Paperback ✓ Toilet Kindle Ø toilet mobile, Toilet PDFEPUBAbsolutely fascinating From the basics on how our bodies make waste to how a toilet flushes to how a septic tank works to how a sewer system and water treatment plant works This isn't what you've always wanted to know about a toilet and Instead it is interesting stuff that you were have never thought to wonder about but not too much To give you a feel for the tone of the book here is the second paragraph of the author's introductory note Everybody knows what a toilet is for And everyon


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