I Need to Pee

Author: Neha Singh, Meenal Singh

Illustrator by Erik Egerup

Publisher: Puffin Books

Rahi simply loves slurping refreshing drinks, and so she always needs to pee. But boy, does she hate public loos! On her way to her aunt’s in Meghalaya, she has to pee on a train as well as stop at a hotel and even the really scary public toilet at the bus depot! And 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 yucky, icky, sticky adventures in this quirky and vibrant book about the ever-relevant worry of having a safe and clean toilet experience.

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I Need to Pee
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by Mehr Sohal on I Need to Pee

To be honest, I initially chose to browse through this picture book as the title caught my attention; it's not everyday that one comes across such an amusing and frank one. However, as I looked through the pages, the illustrations and vibrant colours further piqued my interest.



"I Need to Pee" is without a doubt an entertaining and fun read. But interestingly, with the inexplicit theme of public hygiene it serves to be more than that. It reminds us Indians about the state of infrastructure in our nation, and calls for action on the same. Rahi's solution for public hygiene is sustainable and will definitely urge young readers to become more intrigued by this topic.

by Vaishanvi V on I Need to Pee

What is this book about?

This book is about a girl, Rahi and lack of hygiene in public toilets in our country.

Three things I like about this book?

The rule book that Rahi has.

Steps needed to improve hygiene in our public toilets.

I like her travel experience.

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why?

No. I wouldn’t recommend the book because the story uses displeasing words.

by Aadhya on I Need to Pee

This book says that there was a girl who wanted to drink fluids all the time and pee.one day she was going to her aunt's place by a train.Each vehicle she went,she used to drink a fluid and then go to pee in the rest room.

by Abhiram shastry on I Need to Pee

The book was hilarious whenever she went to pee somebody got scolded by their manager. The book was all about a girl who needed to pee whenever used to drink. I loved the book.

by Kithwik on I Need to Pee

This book is about a little girl who needs to pee every time and she has a book which tells the different needs for peeing.For eg : You should be confident when you ask your teacher for going to the washroom and many other points.she also tells the trouble she had when she travelled in the bus,local train and even flights.

by Arjun Jain on I Need to Pee

When I read the first few pages, it sparked a lot of curiosity. I wanted to read more and more. I finished reading in about 15 minutes. The illustrations are nicely done. When I didn't follow any paragraph, the sketches helped me understand.



Rahi is the main character. She doesn't like using public toilets while traveling as they are not clean most of the times. Her 'Book of Important Quotes' comes in handy. The book is a must read for all PYP students.



Arjun Jain

Grade 2C

by Nidhi Shah (Teacher Librarian, Senior School) on I Need to Pee

This is a picture book that instantly sparks curiosity among children and adults alike. While Rahi has to often visit the washroom to answer nature's call because of her love for beverages, she lives in India which is infamous for its lack of clean public toilets. She hates using the stinky ones she's forced to when she is travelling. Rahi's "Book of Important Quotes" is a brilliant concept designed by the author to lend humor to the story. The illustrations, bound to appeal to readers across the board, strike an appropriate balance. They allow you to take delight in the sketches, but do not distract from the story. The book, which at first, may seem like a light-hearted read for children, actually has a very important theme tied to it. It raises the importance of public hygiene in a developing country and how in the bigger scheme of things, it is the common man who suffers due to a lack of basic infrastructure.