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Potty Training (Kids)

Want to start the potty training process? Here is a list of potty training books to help your child master the milestone.

Once upon a potty : boy by Alona Frankel

Once upon a potty : girl by Alona Frankel

How to potty train your monster by Kelly DiPucchio

Presents guidelines and tips for toilet training monsters, including getting a large potty chair, instructing them to wash their paws, and making frequent trips to the bathroom

Dinosaur vs. the potty by Bob Shea

Dinosaur keeps insisting that he doesn't need to use the potty, as he makes lemonade, splashes in the sprinkler, and eats a three-juice-box lunch, until his victory dance makes him change his mind.

Danny is done with diapers : a potty ABC by Rebecca O'Connell

Celebrates the accomplishments of children, from Adam to Zach, as each learns to use the toilet for him or herself

Potty animals : what to know when you've gotta go! by Hope Vestergaard

Presents a unique "toilet basics" guide for toddlers and covers everything from lifting the seat and closing the door to planning ahead when you are on a trip

No more diapers for Ducky! by Bernette G Ford

When Piggy cannot come out to play because he is using the potty, Ducky decides it is time for him to learn to use the potty too.

P is for potty! by Lena Cooper

In this interactive book with lift flaps, Elmo helps his little cousin Albie learn to use the potty.

Potty = Bacinica by Leslie Patricelli

A toddler decides to use the potty for the first time.

Even superheroes use the potty by Sara Crow

Learning good bathroom habits is more fun when you realize your heroes use the potty too.

Caillou. No more diapers by Christine L'Heureux

Caillou knows when to go to the potty now, and wears underpants most of the time, and he would like to stop wearing his diaper at night too, but he must first prove that he is ready

How to pee : potty training for boys by Todd Spector

Let's go potty, Elmo!

Elmo needs to go to the potty while playing with Abby, so he goes inside and follows all the steps to using the bathroom, in a book designed with flaps, wheels, and tabs to encourage potty training in children

How to pee : potty training for girls by Todd Spector

"Out with the old and in with the new! Family physician Dr. Todd Spector presents a fresh and outrageously fun way to encourage little girls to give up their diapers. They can try it fresh-air style (in the backyard!), or use the potty with the help of afew props and plenty of imagination. Peeing in the potty is a lot more fun if you do it princess style, dance-party style, or gymnast style! Inspired by Dr. Spector's own experiences potty training his children, this combination of laugh-out-loud scenarios and useful advice turns the dreaded potty-training process into an exciting adventure for all"--

Potty training in 3 days : the step-by-step plan for a clean break from dirty diapers by Brandi Brucks

Potty training is not easy. You might feel overwhelmed after repeated unsuccessful potty training efforts, or even clueless about how to get your little stinker to go in the potty. Either way, you've found the right book. Potty Training in 3 Days is a simple guide to potty training your child for the first, last, and only time. During her many years working as a nanny, Brandi Brucks had no clue that your child's "business" would end up being her business, too. But after caring for numerous children of potty training age one thing had become abundantly clear--potty training was her calling. She's successfully potty trained more than a hundred children, and she's helped their parents get through it without losing their minds. Yes, potty training is tough. But Brandi knows that parents are tough, too. Potty Training in 3 Days outlines her intensive, effective potty training method with clarity, humor, and understanding. Consider this book your potty trainer for hire that will be by your side before, during, and after your child's potty training

Stress-free potty training : a commonsense guide to finding the right approach for your child by Sara Au

Successful potty training begins with the approach that is right for your child. Is your toddler frightened of the process, afraid even to go near the bathroom? Or does he or she seem to know when it's time to go, but can't quite make it there in time? This insightful guide helps take the stress out of the situation. The book distinguishes between common childhood personality types, providing simple strategies tailor-fit for your child, whether he or she is sensitive or stubborn, cautious or impulsive, goal-oriented or clinging to diapers. A quick quiz helps you pinpoint which method will work best. You'll learn how to: Determine your child's readiness--Build on each success--without adding undue pressure--Handle accidents and temporary setbacks--And more. Now in its second edition, "Stress-Free Potty Training" also provides targeted techniques for challenges including toilet training resistance and refusal to poop as well sensory issues. Filled with straight talk and practical advice, it takes the worry out of this important life transition

Count with little fish by Lucy Cousins

Presents the numbers one through ten, with colorful fish representing each number.
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