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The Commode Companion

The Commode Companion An interactive photo book that exposes the innermost thoughts of animals birds bugs butterflies and frogs Over photographs of wild creatures expressing their questions comments or complaints

  • Title: The Commode Companion
  • Author: Rolf Margenau
  • ISBN: 9780988231153
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Paperback
  • An interactive photo book that exposes the innermost thoughts of animals, birds, bugs, butterflies, and frogs Over 100 photographs of wild creatures expressing their questions, comments, or complaints Designed to induce laughter and thwart constipation A new feature is that readers can suggest their own captions for the pictures If accepted, they will be added to the bAn interactive photo book that exposes the innermost thoughts of animals, birds, bugs, butterflies, and frogs Over 100 photographs of wild creatures expressing their questions, comments, or complaints Designed to induce laughter and thwart constipation A new feature is that readers can suggest their own captions for the pictures If accepted, they will be added to the book and the reader will be credited in subsequent copies sold No commode should be without a copy.

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    About "Rolf Margenau"

    1. Rolf Margenau

      Bestselling author Rolf Margenau has written four novels and published two photography books The novels feature a main character named Wylie Cypher, first seen as a twenty year old college dropout who comes of age during the Korean War At forty, Wylie is a successful but burned out lawyer with a failing marriage He tries to find lost youth on a trek with his daughter through the high Andes Instead, he finds mayhem, murder, a devastating civil war in Peru, and loses a toe.Retired, in his mid sixties, Wylie does battle with BIG AG as a Master Gardener He befriends a group of eco terrorists who help save the Monarch butterfly Then in a novel called National Parks, an aged Wylie lives in a dystopian future where Congress attempts to sell off our national parks to bail out a bankrupt country.The novels featuring a younger Wylie are realistic with a dose of humor The books about older Wylie are solidly satirical Critics find them very funny, but meaningful and thought provoking.Rolf Margenau lives amid farmland in northern New Jersey with his first wife of over sixty years.

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    1. If you ve ever had a friend post a humorous looking picture on Facebook and ask his or her friends to provide a caption, you ll have a good idea of what to expect with The Commode Companion The origins of the name should be apparent It s the perfect book for those times when you re looking for entertainment in bite sized bits The just shy of 100 pictures and Margenau s suggested captions should do the trick for a few visits to the room down the hall How many will depend on how regular you are I [...]


    2. This is not my usual type of book to review, but the author wrote such funny emails asking me to review his book that I just couldn t resist Besides, he promised I didn t need much time to read the book either I was out of excuses First of all, don t skip over the Author s Note It displays Margenau s dry wit The rest of the book was cute and funny It does exactly what it sets out to do entertain readers otherwise occupied I received a free ebook from the writer and unfortunately the ebook misses [...]


    3. This book had me hooked beginning with the author s note In his explanation on how the book came to be, it was like he took a page from my life I do the same thing I am always giving verbal dialog to animal activities In fact, my grandson recently confided that growing up, he really thought I could read the animals minds.This is a quick, funny read I enjoyed each of the jesting captions for the pictures I like that it was made interactive, giving me, the reader, a chance to give a better caption [...]


    4. This book is absolutely hilarious The photographs are great and many of the captions are funny We often wonder what animals think and how they deal with the things around Well, this book surely takes a chance at figuring out the deepest thoughts of our animal friends While I didn t like all the captions and some of them failed to provide the desired comic effect, the ones I liked were very imaginative If you re looking for some comedy, give this book a try.


    5. Great photos, hilarious comments I had a sore butt from staying on the commode while I finished reading the book


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