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9 edition of What You Never Knew About Tubs, Toilets, & Showers (Lauber, Patricia. Around-the-House History.) found in the catalog.

What You Never Knew About Tubs, Toilets, & Showers (Lauber, Patricia. Around-the-House History.)

by Patricia Lauber

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  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Simon & Schuster Children"s Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • Social Science - Customs, Traditions, Anthropology,
  • General,
  • Baths,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Nonfiction,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Children: Grades 2-3,
  • Health & Daily Living - Personal Hygiene,
  • Juvenile Fiction / Historical / General,
  • Bathrooms,
  • Bathing customs

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJohn Manders (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7729160M
    ISBN 100689824203
    ISBN 109780689824203
    OCLC/WorldCa40990075

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    When it comes to their master bathroom remodels, some homeowners who are renovating are going beyond basic toilets, showers and tubs and opting for cutting-edge options — such as toilets that clean themselves and tubs with built-in mist dispensers — according to the U.S. Houzz Bathroom Trends Study. Read on to find out what’s popular and gain insight into the .   Toilets are no exception. They have a history and a slew of interesting facts surrounding them. They are one of our most basic needs in a civilized society. And yet they have evolved from primitive squatting holes to complex machinery over the centuries. Let’s explore ten unbelievable things you never knew about toilets in today’s article.

      3. The showers come with soap, shampoo, and conditioner in them. 4. There are hot tubs, jacuzzis, and dry saunas in men’s locker room where you go to shower. I assume there are the same in the women’s locker room. 5. There are also toilets if you . "I didn't come out of the box as an expert children's book illustrator," Manders admits, "I had to learn a lot. There's only one way to learn, and that's by doing it. What You Never Knew About Tubs, Toilets & Showers. New York: Simon & Shuster, Lankin, Patricia. Clarence the Copy Cat. New York: Doubleday, Singer, Marilyn.


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have a great day!End date: What You Never Knew About Tubs, Toilets, & Showers (Around-The-House History) Author: Patricia Lauber. In the Middle Ages, St.

Francis of Assisi listed dirtiness as a sign of holiness But by the mid s clean was in. The early Greeks and Romans were among the first to build public baths and toilets.

With Manders's cartoon illustrations adding detail and lighthearted commentary, Lauber revisits sanitary facilities down the ages, as well as common attitudes toward them. After a speculative glance into prehistory, she traces the development of public and private baths from the Indus River Valley to the early 20th century, focusing largely on Europe but pausing to mention early.

Get this from a library. What you never knew about tubs, toilets & showers. [Patricia Lauber; John Manders] -- Describes people's feelings about bathing and methods of keeping clean throughout history, from the Stone Age to modern times.

Lauber follows up What You Never Knew About Tubs, Toilets, & Showers () with another quick tour through domestic history, taking readers from prehistoric times to campouts and sleepovers, with pauses for glimpses at "Great Moments in Nightclothes" and a recapitulative "Great Moments in Bed History." Separating the easily digestible passages of text, Manders's.

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The three titles available so far are: What You Never Knew About Beds, Bedrooms and Pajamas, What You Never Knew About Fingers, Forks and Chopsticks and What You Never Knew About Tubs, Toilets and Showers. Lucia was inspired to "write" her own book: What You Never Knew. POOPY. POOPY!/is what this books about.

Still, kids will enjoy this quick and informative read, and it will work well when paired with Susan E. Goodmans The Truth about Poop (Viking, ) and Patricia Laubers What You Never Knew about Tubs, Toilets, and Showers (S & S, ).–Julie Roach, Cambridge Public Library, MAReviews: 4. What You Never Knew About Tubs, Toilets, and Showers by Patricia Lauber Little Kids First Big Book Of Bugs - Duration: Keto Living With.

Rate this book. Clear rating. What You Never Knew about Tubs, Toilets & Showers (Hardcover) by. “Most of the time you can get away with launching a terrible product, or with not washing your hands, but one time in a thousand, you will kill a person, or a company.”.

What You Never Knew About Tubs, Toilets, & Showers. By: Patricia Lauber. Illustrated by: John Manders. Age Level: History comes to life in this book's cartoon-like illustrations and informative but informal text.

This is not just any history, though. It is the history of plumbing, and the history of the bathroom in Europe and North. Lauber, Patricia. "What You Never Knew About Tubs, Toilets & Showers.” Illustrated by John Manders.

New York:Simon & Schuster, 32 pp. & [hardcover). The book, which is for young readers, is a lighthearted and fact-filled look at the different attitudes toward bathing, washing, and human waste disposal from the Stone Age to modern.

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Patricia Lauber is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Patricia Lauber include What You Never Knew About Beds, Bedrooms, & Pajamas (Around-the-House History), How We Learned the Earth. What You Never Knew About Tubs, Toilets, & Showers (Around-the-house History) by Patricia Lauber.

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