This companion title to Does It Fart? asks young readers to guess if statements about their favorite animals are true . . . or poo.
Do camels really store water in their humps?
Do wombats have cube-shaped poop?
Do polar bears eat penguins?
Do you eat spiders in your sleep???
In this hilariously helpful guide to the facts and fakes of the animal kingdom, you might be surprised to learn what's true...and what's a big pile of poop. And speaking of poop, there's a lot of that smelly stuff in this book, too -- everything from how it's made to which animals eat their own waste. (Yuck!) But will you be able to guess what's real and what's made up? Find out in this comical collection of weird habits, cool facts, and sneaky myths about all kinds of animals!
About the Author
is a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation at Virginia Tech.
is a PhD candidate and a zoologist at the Zoological Society of London. Together, Nick and Dani wrote the New York Times
bestselling Does It Fart? The Definitive Field Guide to Animal Flatulence
and True or Poo? The Definitive Field Guide to Filthy Animal Facts and Falsehoods
. Nick lives in Virginia, and Dani lives in London.
Alex G. Griffiths is an artist and designer whose books include Does It Fart?, True or Poo?, the Wee Beasties series, and The Bug Collector. He lives in the United Kingdom.