Age Range: 1 - 3 years
Board book: 14 pages
Publisher: DK Children; Stk Brdbk edition (February 15, 2010)
Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 0.5 x 8.3 inches
Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
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My Daughter and I LOVE this book. I bought it way before I thought she would start training but she was so excited that at 24 months she's already telling me she has to use the potty. This book is super cute and fun with rhyming words. The first page talks about going to the store and buying the prettiest undies and the shinest potties. Then chanting No More Diapers! It also covers Wiping, washing hands, traveling potties and how accidents can happen. Oh, plus it comes with stickers, and what kid doesn't love stickers?! A must read for the little lady in your life!
Great book for potty training! We used this with my daughter whens he was 2 years and 2 months. She really enjoyed seeing "real life photos" of other girls like herself. I liked that it's a more realistic story about potty train... Very factual & to-the-point (ie: this is what I do, this is how I do it, and this is why I do it) vs. all the fairytale princessy potty books that glamorize potty training in a "magical" weird way. lol As another reviewer said, the only thing I could do without is the last page, which talks about what you do when you have to go potty on-the-go... They talk about using a little portable potty that's kept in the car. That's kind of ridiculous to me and we don't do that, so I just skipped that page and wouldn't read it. My daughter didn't know the difference.
I recently potty trained my daughter, and I must have bought 10 potty books. My daughter responded to this one the best, and it's the one she looks at most often when on the potty. It's motivating, because the girls look a lot like her and her friends, and they're shown sitting on the potty, just like she does. She especially loves the "accident" page, and it makes her feel better about her own accidents. There is a lot happening on each page, and she loves to find Tiny Bear (a tiny bear illustration in the top corner of each page) and point out what he's doing. Overall I would recommend this book wholeheartedly, and I really think it helped us potty train her faster.
A cute book that comes with stickers. My daughter thought it was hilarious that the cover has a toilet seat on it. There's a boy one too. Good for reading on the potty with other books, since this is not informative. It's meant to just be fun and motivational, I believe. Shows real little girls instead of illustrations, which is very helpful. Kids love to look at other kids and this is perfect for that. Emphasizes that it's fun to be rewarded with stickers, feel like a big girl, and wear panties.
We purchased multiple potty books when we introduced the potty to our daughter at 10 months old when she showed interest in sitting on the potty. She has enjoyed the pictures of the real girls doing big girl things. While it has not led us to a potty trained child...we didn't expect it to, but it still entertains her while she sits on the potty at 15 months old.The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because the way the text is written is very random and doesn't exactly make sense.
My granddaughter loves looking through this book. She reverted to wetting herself when her baby brother was born and we talked about some of the pictures in this book. She's back in control, in part to this book, since it showed other kids making mistakes too.
This book is cute, but does not read like a story. My daughter has a small book basket next to her potty and this is in it. Although it is a helpful reference, it is not as cute as I thought it would be it is very informative though.
First of all, my daughter loves this book. She still pulls it out even though she is fully potty trained (we have friends over who are not trained, so we keep the books around). I like it because it's very straight forward, has clear pictures of REAL children, and it handles "potty accidents" well. My daughter will often turn to the page where 2 girls have wet themselves, but the third girl is on her potty. The two are standing above puddles of pee, so it's pretty clear what has happened. It says something like "accidents happen-it's OK, just try harder next time." Mostly is shows the girls on potty chairs to follow the story line, but they do try out a full size toilet as well. I also like that the girls shown each look different. The only unrealistic thing to me was at the end when they show potty chairs used for travel-but maybe that's just me. I suppose I might bring ours for a long car trip if the little one was resistant to using public places.
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