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Um ... Mommy, I Think I Flushed My Brother Down The Toilet by [Rivera, Jeff]
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"...where skillful wit and good storytelling come together into one fun-filled read!"
- Jackie Collins

"...deserves a prize for "The Most Imaginative Title of the Year-- or Any Year" --
Stan Lee

Welcome to ’Yuck Kingdom’! The streets are made of smelly jelly fellies. The trees are all winding, dinding and finding. And the hills are made of slushy gushy mush. It’s the Kingdom of Yuck and the last place that Falisha Whiskers wants to be in. But Falisha needs to find her brother Jesse.

She didn't mean to flush Jesse down the toilet… not entirely at least! And now, she needs to find him and take him back home before her daddy gets back or they’re both going to be in heaps of trouble! But the Kingdom of Yuck has more twists and turns than a water slide. Will Falisha find her brother in the twisting streets made of smelly jelly fellies? And will she be able to get him back in time, and all bathed and clean, before their mommy tells their daddy that Falisha flushed her little brother down the toilet?

Teacher Recommended! For ages 4-8. Parents should explain being flushed down the toilet is only pretend.

"A must-have early reader book." --

More About the Author

Jeff Rivera is an award-winning young adult fiction author and debut children's book author. A popular inspirational media personality, he has written for Entertainment Weekly, Huffington Post, School Library Journal and many other national outlets. Jeff Rivera has interviewed such children's book authors as Jeff Kinney (Diary of a Wimpy Kid), James Patterson (The Worst Years of My Life) and S.E. Hinton (The Outsiders).

Being the uncle of 12 active nieces and nephews and recalling the childhood antics of his oldest sister and younger brother inspired him to turn his creativity towards writing children’s books. His first children’s book, Um … Mommy, I Think I Flushed My Brother Down The Toilet, marks the adventures of Falisha Whiskers as she sets out to bring back her little brother after accidently (well… mostly accidently) flushing him down the toilet into the Kingdom of Yuck!

Exclusive: A Q&A with Jeff Rivera

Question: You write for many national outlets, you blog, you're on TV, you talk to kids all over the world and you’re a son and uncle of 12 nieces and nephews. How do you balance all that with your writing?
Rivera: Great question. Sometimes I wonder the same thing but here's how I look at it: We're all blessed with 24 hours a day, so if you really want to do something, you can carve the time out to do it. Sometimes when people look at their lives and they think they don't have the time, they realize that they spend a lot of time watching TV or surfing the web or playing video games or staring up at the ceiling and when you subtract all that time, you realize, "Hey, I have a lot more time than I thought I did."

Q: You've written mostly for young adults in the past. How has writing for children been different for you?
Rivera: I think it's a lot more fun because kids are so honest. They'll tell you very clearly what they like or don't like and you're able to write stories exactly the way they like them. Plus, I'm one of those adults that never has really grown up totally. I still buy toys for me to play with and I still watch cartoons and Disney and Dreamworks Animation movies.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1291 KB
  • Print Length: 39 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jeff Rivera (Dec 24 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #495,619 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"The hills were made of slushy, gushy mush. The streets were made of smelly, jelly fellies. The trees were swaying and fraying and graying.

This is NOT the place for a good girl like me to be, at all."

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Um...Mommy, I Think I Flushed My Brother Down The Toilet (vol.1) is as the title suggest a childhood fantasy for anyone who grew up with siblings.

And, on the surface, you're asked to accept the outrageous concept with an ample dose of humor. But, this book is not bad.

What kept coming back to me when the older sister flushes herself down the toilet to find her brother and ends up in this whole other world was the film "The 5000 Fingers of Doctor T" -- with its allusions to being trapped in Dungeons with all sorts of strange phenomena happening.

This is where I think the book and hopefully any sequels would concentrate their focus: on the strange, wacky and unpredictable elements that they'd find. Having the children separated from their parents (a common literary theme about coming-of-age) means that the time spent in this unfamiliar place could be where they unlearn bad habits or discover new and interesting things about life that they were missing in their "normal" life.
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This book for children may be capable of setting the record for the number of “Yeeeews” uttered by the young people that read it. The premise is that an older sister (Falisha) decides to get rid of her annoying younger brother (Jesse) by flushing him down the toilet. Her infuriated mother tells her that she must go down the toilet and get him back.
Horrified at the thought, Falisha nevertheless agrees to flush herself to engage in a rescue mission. Her experiences in the yuckiest area of the universe are sure to elicit an enormous amount of giggles from the young readers. There is plenty of smelly goop, gross bugs, drippy slime and brown “dirt” everywhere. It is a hilarious retelling of the classic tale of Alice falling down the rabbit hole.

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