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Welcome to Yuck Kingdom - again! Falisha Whiskers has flushed her little brother Jesse down the toilet even after she promised, no matter how annoying he is, to never ever do it again! Now she has to flush herself down onto the muddy streets made of smelly jelly fellies, even though she'd hoped to never step foot inside that gross place again.

This time Falisha discovers she is on a special mission to rescue Jessie and all the Urpie Burpies from The Toilet Paper King - the most evil king in all of Yuck Kingdom - before it's too late. Will she and a team of Slumpy Bumpies find them and get home before Falisha and Jessie's daddy comes home, or will Jessie have to stay in Yuck Kingdom with The Toilet Paper King forever?

©2016 Jeff Rivera (P)2016 Jeff Rivera

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  • Deedra
  • 03-11-2016

Um 2

The second in a series.Felisha again flushes her brother to a slumpy,dumpy world below.When she tries to retrieve him she finds he's been captured by the toilet paper king.It's kind of gross but kids will like it.Tiffany Williams is again a great narrator.I was given this book free for an honest review.

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  • Nathan J.
  • 17-12-2019

sequel kids story

My kids don't often like to listen to a lot of books but they enjoyed this one. They are 11 year old twins. It is a fun thing they can do when doing their chores. Audiobooks are great for that.

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