Timmy on the Toilet

Children - Picture Book
39 Pages
Reviewed on 01/28/2019
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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite

Timmy on the Toilet by author Peta Lemon is a children's book about a boy named Timmy who is granted a wish after saving a fairy. He is granted said wish, but it isn't exactly the wish he wishes he had made. The book is creative and humorous. It is thirty-nine pages long and the story-telling and dialogue are vivid and feel very natural and real, even when it is rhyming. The illustrations by Maria Dasic Todoric fly off the page as well with their brilliant colors and characters. She is to be commended for her work. I especially enjoyed the way that the character of the cruel teacher, Miss Grobble, looked with her moles and hairs.

When I first read the title of Timmy on the Toilet, I wasn't exactly sure what to expect from the book. I'm not big on bathroom books, but the cover definitely looked interesting and grabbed my curiosity by its tail right away. I probably laughed in genuine happiness and humor at every page that I read, which is saying a lot. I don't usually find myself reading children's books that make me laugh so hard, but author Peta Lemon has a way of bringing that out in me and I'm sure would be easily able to bring out that laughter inside of you and your own children. Your kids are going to beg you to read this book over and over again. I can say that with all of the certainty in the world. So, if you enjoy a good laugh at the end of your day and you like seeing your kids smile and laugh, this book is a must-have.