Uncle John's Iflush Plunging into Mystery Bathroom Reader for Kids Only!

Un libro in lingua di Patrick Merrell edito da Portable Pr, 2014

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Ever meet a reader who didn’t love a mystery? Neither has Uncle John. That’s why he’s sending our lovable iFlush host Dwayne the lab rat on a new mission: find the most baffling mysteries of all time. How? By piloting the S.S. Throne through the Interpipe! What’s the S. S. Throne? We thought you’d never ask. It’s a one-rat toilet sub invented by Uncle John’s four mad-scientist-plumbers (Plumb Bob, Phyllis Tanks, P. Liddy, and Portia Potty). Now, with one flush of a turbo-charged toilet, Dwayne can plunge readers through 96 pages of interactive Interpipe adventures without getting wet (or covered in sewer sludge)!
Here’s how it works:
* Every page is packed with the kind of amazing true stories and fantastic factoids readers expect from Uncle John’s Bathroom Readers FOR KIDS ONLY.
* Readers use clues in the mystery-filled stories and factoids to solve puzzles.
* Once a puzzle is solved, Dwayne, our ratty host, flushes himself through the Interpipe to plunge readers into their next history-mystery.
* The ingenious iSwirl adds a twist by giving readers a choice: solve the puzzle and turn the page, or jump through time to the next historical adventure.
What will readers discover as they plunge into mystery?
* How the first man to orbit Earth, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, really died;
* The mysterious disembodied voice that took down a U.S. president;
* Hidden Confederate treasure--gold, silver, and jewels worth millions;
* The truth about Mother Shipton, England’s cave-dwelling soothsayer (or total fraud);
* Kryptos, a coded sculpture outside CIA headquarters that even the code breakers inside the building can’t crack, and
. . . much, much, more!

So hold your nose and dive into a brain-building, fun-filled journey through the world’s greatest mysteries. (Psst: You’ll need the secret passcode: “iFlush! Do you?”)

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