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"Bloop, Bloop!" Goes The Poop

Everyone does it, but occasionally, the little ones have trouble deciding where. "Bloop, Bloop!" Goes the Poop is based on the true story of a little boy who is confused about the rumbling noises coming from his tummy. He needs to know what to do to stop those noises! Help him make it to the potty in time while having fun with sounds.

Paperback: 28 pages

Publisher: We Dream Publishing (March 1, 2012)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 0985297506

ISBN-13: 978-0985297503

Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.1 x 8.5 inches

Shipping Weight: 3.7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)

Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)

Best Sellers Rank: #19,535 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #26 in Books > Children's Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Health > Toilet Training

I was looking for a poop book because my daughter was freaking out about pooping on the potty. She was potty trained for pee but she was having severe anxiety about pooping and would cry and scream if she had to go. I got this book and read it to her and that day she pooped on the potty and she hasn't gone back to going in a diaper. I had to throw out so many pairs of underwear and now I'm free to leave the house knowing she will ask me to use the potty if she has to go. It was actually pretty hard to find a book about going poop on the potty. I would like to see one with a little girl doing girl things but it obviously didn't matter to my daughter as shes still trying to figure out boys and girls are different. They mentioned something about the boy in the story to stop playing with a puzzle to go potty and that was enough for my daughter since shes obsessed with puzzles right now. It worked for my daughter and decreased my stress so i give it a million stars.

I got this because it is a boy and I have a son, also I was looking for a book that had an actual picture of a kid sitting on the toilet, which this does. My son likes the first couple pages showing him playing with cars and trucks that grabs his attention :) Overall cute book, not too shabby :)

I got this book and "Super Pooper" for my son to help with the potty training, and they have been a God-send! He has carried them around for the last 2 weeks non-stop, and we've read them so many times that he can now "read" them to himself, and does: in the car, in restaurants, in the grocery store... Before these 2 books, we had no success in getting him to poop on the potty. But now he knows to wait for it from this book, and also that it is expected of him. And, just like "turning the water yellow" was exciting for him, waiting for that "bloop bloop" is a good action reminder for him. We still aren't quite there with the potty training, but we've had some poops in the potty now, which is much better than none before these books. Thanks for helping with our potty training adventure!!!!!

My toddler loves this book! The day it arrived we read it several times. Little one just about has it memorized. Things I love about it:it talks about where NOT to go, it mentions waiting for the poop to come out, it has a simple reward for going in the toilet, and finally after reading it, my toddler said will "think about" going in the toilet. It's a start!

My kid can pee in the toilet just fine, but poop is a problem for him. This book specifically addresses poop and includes wiping, flushing, and hand-washing. It's cute and rhymes, and isn't too tiring to read over and over and over again. My only complaint is that it's paperback and not a board-book.

Potty training isn't a stressful thing in this house - I'm not trying to push it. My 2.5 year old understands going potty, but she's determined it's easier to use the diaper. Anyway, I wasn't sure about getting this book, but I'm really glad I downloaded it. I read it to her today and she laughed about it. I'm hoping it will help us really get to the point where she's ready to fully potty train.The only downside is now she's making potty jokes. Hope that means this book is on her mind ;)

Ordered several books for a grandchild who was having trouble using the toilet. This is one of his favorites, and I believe these books were the reason it only took him a week of encouragment after a year of struggling!

downloaded this really cute free story on Potty Training. It has great pictures and not to hard for a 6 year old to read by himself! He actually read the story to me and was laughing at the storyline and loved the pictures. :)

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