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    Neha Singh

ISBN: 9780143442936

I Need To Pee

by: Neha Singh
4.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
2 customer reviews

Rahi simply loves slurping refreshing drinks, and so she always needs to pee. On her way to her aunt’s house in Meghalaya, she has to pee on a train as well as stop at a hotel, and even visit the really scary public toilet at the bus depot! When those around her refuse to help her with her troubles, her only saviour is her Book of Important Quotes.

Travel with the cheeky Rahi and read all about her adventures in this quirky and vibrant book about the ever-relevant worry of having a safe and clean toilet experience.

Rahi simply loves slurping refreshing drinks, and so she always needs to pee. On her way to her aunt's house in Meghalaya, she has to pee on a train as well as stop at a hotel, and even visit the really scary public toilet at the bus depot! When those around her refuse to help her with her troubles, her only saviour is her Book of Important Quotes. Travel with the cheeky Rahi and read all about her adventures in this quirky and vibrant book about the ever-relevant worry of having a safe and clean toilet experience.
Author :Neha Singh
Neha Singh is a Mumbai-based theatre practitioner, author and activist. She has authored three children's books-Bela Misses Her Train, The Wednesday Bazaar, and Moongphali.

  1. Aadya Salwan, 6C

    This book is filled with humour, as the main character of this book- Rahi faces situations that make me laugh. Last year, the author, Neha Singh, came for the Neev Literature Festival and talked about this book. This book is about a girl who needs to pee. All of us have been in this situation, and I feel that this book can connect to the hearts of many people. The big picture of the book may be that you should not be ashamed to pee no matter the place.The illustrations are realistic. All in all, this book is a great read and I would suggest it to others.

  2. Manognya Reddy, Grade 6C

    This hilarious picture book talks about Rahi and her constant pestering for a simple need to use the loo.She loves to drink water and juices and wittily expresses herself through a self made book of quotes and vibrant illustrations of different loos across her journey.The quirky picture book with adorable illustrations makes one wish the book had not ended. Neha Singh beautifully captures Rahi’s watery journey through bathroom humor,interesting rhythmic words and lively quotes. I reckon that even the most glum person would crack into a smile after reading this book. To admit, i enjoy tricking others and similarly have a pestering tattle-tale of a younger brother like Rahi, I would recommend any person who is feeling low to read this book to add humorous colour to their life. Children 5 years and above would relate to this book with their struggles to find an appropriate place to attend to nature’s call.