In the Bathroom

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Random House, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 86 pages
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When Andrew and Judy’s neighbor gives her dog a bath, microscopic Andrew and Judy find themselves washed off the dog and lost in the bathroom! They’ll have to use their wits–and Thudd’s storehouse of facts–if they’re to survive run-ins with mold, mildew, an ocean of soapy water, and a predatory spider on their way back to the Atom Sucker.

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After swimming in a dog snot, Judy finds herself being tapped on an ant. Great! Andrew wanted to shrink just himself to write a report about ants. But Harley causes two problems. The first problem is pooping on the floor. The second problem is that Mrs. Scuttle not only swept up the poop, but she swept up Andrew and Judy. Will they get one of Andrew's inventions, the Umbubble, off the toilet paper? Or will they get flushed down a toilet to see number three? 

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About the author (2002)

J. C. Greenberg is the author of many books for young people in the library and reference field. She's a frequent visitor to schools and pays close attention to kid feedback. She's married to Dan Greenberg, author of The Zack Files, and lives in New York.