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As you may know from my Best Potty Training Accessories list, this book tops my Best of the Best list. It delivers its message without any pressure on children to grow up. Saying goodbye to diapers is simply a “fact”, just like certain animals that clean up after themselves. This book has universal appeal to children who want to know more about how bodies work and who want to say the word “poop” as often as they can.
Karen Katz writes the best books for toddlers: respectfully designed for young readers with simple, honest, and inspiring messages. If your child is interested in potty training, this book happily guides your child through the ups and downs of the potty training experience – all with a happy ending.
This little book accomplishes great things. From picking a potty to wearing underpants, this book captures the entire potty learning process and manages to touch upon every significant potty detail, like listening for “the splash” or trying different bathrooms. This is the perfect read-together book for parents and potty-learning kids.
Potty training coincides with a universal stage of oppositional behavior in child development. A child can't grow without the push-and-pull of becoming an independent person. This book defuses a child's natural inclination to say “no” with pure silliness.
Potty training is a natural step in learning and growing. This book invites the child into potty learning that is natural and pressure-free. Potty training parents will also gain insight from Dr. Sears' helpful commentary.
Published in 2007, this book is a fabulous addition to children's “potty” literature. Perfect for the preschool potty-goer, especially for a child who sneaks off to non-bathroom places to potty. This book is a fun and funny favorite.
You gotta love the potty procrastinator – we all know someone like Andrew. Written for kids but the perfect catharsis for frustrated parents.
It's no accident that “Once Upon a Potty” has been around a long time. The simple message is developmentally appropriate, from body parts to negative reasoning. I add this book to the Best of the Rest list because of the honest way it helps children understand body parts they can't see, specifically the “hole” where the poop comes out.
This is the potty book for inquiring young minds and parents looking for answers to good questions. This book has the best answer to “How do I know when to go to the potty?”
This book isn't actually a “potty training” book, but it is “the” book to celebrate the benefits of potty training instead of getting stuck on tedious skills. Underwear is a funny and wonderful thing!
Happy potty training!
Uh Oh! Gotta Go! Potty Tales from Toddlers - is a cute book to read to your kids, we're hoping this is a great first step to potty training!
What a great topic! This is just what I need - hmm, Everyone Poops!
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