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November 2012 / Manhattan Family / Columnists / Featured Event

‘Poopendous’ author speaks at Bank Street Bookstore

‘Poopendous’ author speaks

It’s the one, it’s the only, it’s the greatest book around — it’s “Poopendous,” the “number one” book on everything “number two.”

Author Artie Bennett brings his scatological tome to the Bank Street Bookstore on Nov. 18.

Whether you like it or not, poop happens, and children want to learn about it. Bennett’s newest book teaches kids all about doo-doo, from the droppings of animals big and small to how humans in different cultures make use of waste.

So bring your little ones, ages 5 to 7 years old, and share some giggles with Bennett’s rhyming rap about ca-ca, doo-doo, flop, guano, scat, and dung.

Artie Bennett at the Bank Street Bookstore on Nov. 18 at 1 pm. Everyone gets a free “Butt Book” coloring and activity book. Admission is free.

The Bank Street Bookstore [610 W. 112th St. at Broadway in Morningside Heights, (212) 678–1654,].

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