Kids Review: Clayton Parker Really Really REALLY Has to Pee (Cinco Paul)

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About This Book:

From the screenwriter behind family favorites like Despicable Me and Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax comes a hilarious, rhyming picture book romp about knowing when to GO

Clayton Parker can’t wait for his field trip to the zoo. When his teacher encourages the class to go before they go . . . Clayton rushes onto the bus and doesn’t give it a second thought.

Little does he know . . . Clayton Parker really really REALLY has to pee. He discovers this as soon as he gets to the zoo. And he panics! Clayton needs a bathroom, and he needs one now! The first one he finds is broken. The next one isn’t much of a bathroom at all. What will Clayton do?

A cautionary tale for the procrastinator in us all, this hilarious picture book romp will have readers vowing alongside Clayton Parker: “Before I go out anywhere, I’ll always try to pee.”

 

*Review Contributed by Bethany Wicker, Staff Reviewer*

Toilet Training and Humor
 
So excited for his field trip to the zoo, Clayton Parker hops on the bus and is ready to go while other students take the time to use the bathroom first. As the bus starts moving, Clayton feels something stirring and realizes he has to use the bathroom. When they arrive at the zoo, the first thing Clayton wants to do is use the bathroom, but it's out of order. Will he find a bathroom on time to avoid peeing on himself?

CLATON PARKER REALLY REALLY REALLY HAS TO PEE is a comedic story that teaches children the importance of trying to use the bathroom before you go somewhere. Even if you don't feel like you have to go, you never know what the bumpy ride will do. My daughter laughed throughout this entire book and it was a learning opportunity for her because she doesn't always like to try before we go somewhere. The vivid color scheme and illustrations only add humor to the story and I love the added biology lesson.


Final Verdict: All children can learn from Clayton's mistake and at least try to go to the bathroom. This is perfect for fans of humor and those who are school-age and don't always like to go to the bathroom. Looks like this is one we'll be reading over and over in my household.

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