“Jeff Rivera certainly deserves a prize for “The Most Imaginative Title of the Year– or Any Year” — Stan Lee”Jeff Rivera’s ‘Um… Mommy, I Think I Flushed My Brother Down The Toilet’ is where skillful wit and good storytelling come together into one fun-filled read!” – Jackie CollinsThe exciting SEQUEL (PART 2) to the original bestselling children’s bookWelcome 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 to 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? Exclusive: A Q&A with Jeff Rivera Question: You write for many national outlets, you blog, you’re on TV, you talk to kids all over the world and you’re a son and uncle of 12 nieces and nephews. How do you balance all that with your writing? Rivera: Great question. Sometimes I wonder the same thing but here’s how I look at it: We’re all blessed with 24 hours a day, so if you really want to do something, you can carve the time out to do it. Sometimes when people look at their lives and they think they don’t have the time, they realize that they spend a lot of time watching TV or surfing the web or playing video games or staring up at the ceiling and when you subtract all that time, you realize, “Hey, I have a lot more time than I thought I did.” Q: You’ve written mostly for young adults in the past. How has writing for children been different for you? Rivera: I think it’s a lot more fun because kids are so honest. They’ll tell you very clearly what they like or don’t like and you’re able to write stories exactly the way they like them. Plus, I’m one of those adults that never has really grown up totally. I still buy toys for me to play with and I still watch cartoons and Disney and Dreamworks Animation movies.