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The Day I Washed My Face in the Toilet Paperback – December 11, 2014
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About the Author
Brenda Kearns lives in Ontario, Canada, with her seven kids, two cats, and a fat, three-legged Great Dane. Brenda worked as a science teacher until she realized that writing was a lot more fun—and having a home office meant she could work in her pajamas. You can visit her at brendakearns.com.
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Three siblings are shipped off to England for a family wedding. Mom will follow, but in the meantime, the kids will stay with a dotty, old Auntie Mame style grandma with cats, a huge dog and various friends and neighbors who will leave you chuckling and turning the pages. Toilet was a fun, light, read with a darling story and message about banding together to help someone in need.
Kearns did a great job of fleshing out the characters and keeping the pace cracking along. Most enjoyable! Thanks for my weekly laugh.
Monica is the dependable child. She is obsessed with order and neatness. Her sister the fashion goddess is obsessed with her looks. Her brother the know-it-all is not so much obsessed, as possibly possessed. Mom is counting on Monica to get the three of them to England ahead of her and meet up with the eccentric grandmother.
This is a chance to laugh out loud at someone else’s family drama. This book is written so well that you are transported along with the misadventures, cringe at the misfortunes, and want to chase that crazy brother down.
This was a delight to read and I would recommend it to everyone of any age.
This book is about a girl with a brother and a sister who go to England to help their grandma move to a retirement home and to go to their aunts wedding. Grandma is sorta mental. Aunt has anger issues.
Th girl, Monica, is a bridesmaid and her brother accidentally puts the electricity out in the church. The water comes from a well, whi c h needs electricity, so toilets cant flush and sinks dont work. Monica and her sister have to go to the bathroom, so they decide to go behind some trees. Monica gets rammed by a bull and skids into some mud, ruining her dress, hair, makeup,etc. She need s to clean herself up before the wedding so she goes into the bathroom and uses toilet water (shes a germaphob) to wash her fAce.
I did not like this book. Please dont waste you time.
I found this book one that was hard to put down once aw hen got involved in this story! The ups and downs they had to deal with one another as well as their grandma and Auntie Gay who this last character seemed to be the most difficult lady for anyone to love and be around with much. I really liked it and will miss reading about these characters that were in this book. I recommend this book for young children say about grade school or so it prop ably could be not worthy of most teenagers though. I received this book free from the author, I believe and in exchange I am now doing the one review that I think she
would wish for me to do it on! Great Work Brenda! By Angela