The Big Book of Gross Stuff

The Big Book of Gross Stuff

eBook - 2010
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From boogers, B.O., and belches to sneezes, diseases, and demon cheeses, The Big Book of Gross Stuff is chock-full of practical knowledge, including a Gross Quiz (kids can see how they stack up against the rest of society) and the World's Most Disgusting Jobs (whale-feces research, anyone?).
Publisher: Layton, Utah :, Gibbs Smith,, 2010
ISBN: 9781423614784
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Alternative Title: Gross stuff

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Mar 04, 2020

Hey! You don't have to be a kid in order to enjoy Bart King's "Book of Gross Stuff".

Believe me - This book of somewhat twisted humor (which includes plenty of "gross-stuff" illustrations) is, literally, jam-packed with all sorts of facts and figures about the world of gross curiosities and wonders that are sure to offer any reader a comical diversion into an off-beat realm of total grossness.

Feb 20, 2020

When author, Bart King chose to give this publication of his the title of "The Big Book Of Gross Stuff" he certainly wasn't exaggerating about that. And, no - He definitely wasn't kidding either.

And, as you are sure to discover here for your reading entertainment - The gross stuff showcased in these pages will certainly bring a wickedly delighted smile to your face ('Cause, let's face it, folks - Gross stuff can often-times have a very humorous side to it. Yep. It sure can).

Mar 10, 2018

Gross but not grotesque.

vpl_childrens Dec 08, 2015

For ages 9-12. The Big Book of Gross Stuff is exactly what it sounds like. Stuffed with the trivia, facts, and history of everything nasty, Bart King’s latest book shares all you ever wanted to know about the gross stuff that enters and exits the human body.

Jun 26, 2015

And, speaking about "gross stuff" - Do you wanna know what I think is really-really gross?.... Getting myself ready to read this book called "The Big Book of Gross Stuff", opening it at a random page and finding that page smeared with a blood-encrusted booger left there so thoughtfully by a previous reader.

Yuck to the max!!..... Now, seriously speaking, can you think of anything much grosser than that? I sure can't.

Anyway - With that grossness aside, I quite enjoyed Bart King's book of gross stuff. Even though this book of gross facts and figures was clearly aimed for an audience of readers much younger than myself, I still think that it was a worthwhile read (as I'm sure you will, too).

May 15, 2015

So, does the following saying sound at all familiar to you? - "Oooh! That's so gross!!" - Well, it should have a familiar ring to it, 'cause you've probably said it yourself more than once in the not-too-distant past.

Anyhow - Here's one thing you're sure to find out after reading Bart King's humorous, well-researched book of gross stuff - Pretty much everything about being human is (in one way or another) closely connected to being gross.

From pus, fungus & mucous, to making your own shrunken heads, to everything else under the sun, and beyond - Reading King's book of grossness could very well be one of the most revoltingly fun experiences that you've had in quite a little while.

In conclusion - Here's two wee tid-bits from Bart's grossly informative book that may help wet your whistle enough to check out this vomitous volume for yourself.

(1) Did you know that nose-picking is, indeed, universal amongst adults?

(2) Guess what "certain something" astronaut Neil Armstrong left behind on the moon (in 1969) following the planting of the American flag?


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green_dog_4209 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 6

May 28, 2013

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