Uncle John's Bathroom Reader

Giveaway! We have 2 advance copies of "Uncle John's Robotica" to giveaway. Enjoy tales of mechanical marvels and mind-melting machines of the past, present, and future! Comment below before July 27, midnight PST for a chance to win. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tracey Thompson Sprague, Heather Raney and 23 others like this

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Thomas Michael"Bite my shiny metal ass!"-Bender6   ·  17 hours ago

Luke HessI want one, just for the cover alone!10   ·  17 hours ago

Rich DeLeonDōmo arigatō Mister Roboto3   ·  17 hours ago

Nathaniel Seth Placerbelow before July 27, midnight PST, for a chance to win.3   ·  16 hours ago

Gabrielle Mohan2   ·  14 hours ago

James LiqueI have a space already picked out above my royal throne.1   ·  10 hours ago

Christopher R. Wellman"I'm from the planet Porsolon, take me to your Reader"1   ·  10 hours ago

Steve MaurelliFuturama here we come1   ·  11 hours ago

Mark E. StrongOh, my God! My 14 year-old son will just have to have this when he sees it. Loves Bathroom Readers. Loves Robots. Sounds like a match made in heaven!1   ·  11 hours ago

Shawn McLaughlinAll your book are belong to us1   ·  11 hours ago

Lori Forster AustinPlease pick Nicole Placco. She has provided her friends with many hours of Bathroom Reader entertainment for many years now!!1   ·  11 hours ago

Jonathan ShrumCreative comment that will ensure my copies! 1   ·  12 hours ago

Jordie BirdI need to get that book!1   ·  14 hours ago

Mellissa Hanes BowmanSure, why not. Maybe I'll win.1   ·  15 hours ago

NJ WineandBeera fantastic idea - one our future robotic overlords will sure chuckle about 01111000111   ·  16 hours ago

Joshua Kaleb RheaI promise to read it on my metal can!1   ·  16 hours ago

Stara Shiers Chandler-SmithMy fifteen year old wants to go into robotics!1   ·  16 hours ago

Frank WeaverDōmo arigatō misutā Robotto1   ·  16 hours ago

Devanie AngelRobotica sounds awesome! Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto.1   ·  16 hours ago

WickedLil SarahMy bathroom is stocked with dozens of bathroom readers. We definitely need this one in the collection! :)1   ·  16 hours ago

Paul DirtyMick HennI'll take one1   ·  17 hours ago

Bret HaneySounds "riveting"1   ·  17 hours ago

Sarah BrownThe cover is sooooo pretty....7 hours ago

Heather RaneyI have just about ask of them. More please. Thank you.7 hours ago

Tristan QuallsHappy belated birthday to me?...maybe?7 hours ago

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Uncle John's Bathroom Reader

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Laurie Liller-Branch, Helyn Muise and 23 others like this

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Jesse A. FreyI'd think that someone with dyslexia might not know he doesn't spell "ukulele" correctly. I'm puzzled that he can't count from 18 to 25... where exactly does he get stuck?6 days ago

Helyn MuiseMad mag Fo sho1 week ago

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Cherisse Friesen EppSome of the smartest people in the world have dyslexia.1 week ago

Micah SpruillYou'd think someone with a collection would know how to spell "ukulele".1 week ago

Ned FiferI have a problem about counting to 25, I have several of the bri books and I can count to 25 easily...1 week ago

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Uncle John's Bathroom Reader

Two out of three people admit to having imaginary friends as a child. Did you have one? - BRI Trina ... See MoreSee Less

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Dwayne RobertsI believe I was someone else's imaginary friend.2   ·  1 week ago

Trish HughesMy husband had an imaginary friend but I had an imaginary horse!1   ·  1 week ago

Dave RehnblomI think most of my FB friends are imaginary also.1   ·  1 week ago

Carrie CourterI didn't, unless you count books. I was too busy trying to be invisible and survive :)1   ·  1 week ago

Jeannine BarrSure did! Mr and Mrs Condor... oddly enough they were always in a plane overhead heading for a vacation!1   ·  1 week ago

Ronda TumbergOf course I did! I was an only child! LOL! Her name was Rachel and I didn't remember that until after I named one of our girls Rachel. :D And Jamie was a pest who was always mean to me and did the naughty stuff I didn't. 😂1 week ago

Jeff KovatchitchNo, I had seven.1 week ago

Kevin GrunewaldMy rice crispies told me not to talk about this or the people under the stairs will steal one of my socks from every pair.1 week ago

Gary SmithStill do1 week ago

Ron NelsonI had a real friend named Connie . My parents couldn't see her.1 week ago

Kimberly JonesI had a Cocker Spaniel named Lady.1 week ago

Margi BiddleLucy1 week ago

Nancy CarolI did. There names were Ermer and Erker.1 week ago

Franklin BoumanI still do now at 60!1 week ago

Mackenzie LeonardYes.... His name was No Name. He could change into any person I wanted him to.1 week ago

Ken SpurrellWhen I was little even my imaginary friends wouldn,t play with me :'(1 week ago

Lisa Y. ParksI mostly talked to myself as if I were a different person or persons. 1 week ago

Heath Anthony HolderI had a whole crew.1 week ago

Dusty BraggChat just my voice over keeps picking up my computer. But anyway yes I did her name was Vicky she was an imaginary girlfriend I was seven years old1 week ago

Erin Bryanne ReidYep. His name was Charlie, & sometimes he was a little kid, & sometimes he was a grown-up. :)1 week ago

Lisa AllsoppNo. But I do now (jk).1 week ago

Heather DoyonI believed that my teddy bears could talk. :)1 week ago

Wes RicheyThe little boy in China that I pictured putting his shoes on at the same time I did every morning. And then I learned about time zones, oh well.1 week ago

David PenceI had an imaginary girlfriend in middle school1 week ago

Al BeanStill do, it's called Facebook.....1 week ago

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