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The fun and magical way to potty train your child!Readers' Favorite Book Award, Mom’s Choice Awards® Gold Recipient, and Mr. Dad Seal of Approval Winner!Just as the Tooth Fairy turns losing a tooth into something exciting, the magic of the Poo Poo Fairy transforms potty training from a dreaded chore into a fun and interactive adventure for you and your child. The beautifulThe fun and magical way to potty train your child!Readers' Favorite Book Award, Mom’s Choice Awards® Gold Recipient, and Mr. Dad Seal of Approval Winner!Just as the Tooth Fairy turns losing a tooth into something exciting, the magic of the Poo Poo Fairy transforms potty training from a dreaded chore into a fun and interactive adventure for you and your child. The beautifully illustrated storybook and doll will capture your child's imagination and inject a bit of joy into the potty-training process. With the Poo Poo Fairy's help, you can cheer your child on as they quickly master this new skill and celebrate each success through the Poo Poo Fairy's special fairy visits.The book introduces your child to Paulina who has dreamed of attending Helper's Hollow Academy since she was a pint-sized pixie. Paulina wants nothing more than to become a true helper fairy to children. After failing again and again, Paulina finally discovers her talent for making potty training magical and fun!...

Title : The Poo Poo Fairy
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ISBN : 9780578144795
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Poo Poo Fairy Reviews

  • Sandra
    2019-01-06 10:33

    This is the story of how Paulina became a poo poo fairy after failing in other fairy fields such as take care of lost teeth, or help kids to fall sleep on Christmas Eve, or the challenging Godmothering. When Paulina meets a boy struggling with the use of the toilet, she discovers her skill for making things go smoothly with potty training.The story is funny, and Paulina is a gorgeous character. I'm not sure it's accurate to call this book a "resource" to potty training, since Paulina's methods are never reveled. I guess it would help to low the kid's stress to know a fairy is overseeing him/her to make sure everything goes fine, like many other fairies are used. That said, it is a amusing book, with incredible good illustrations, and it might be used as a trigger to introduce potty training to beginners. I got the box set which comes with a beautiful stuffed Paulina doll to accompany while waiting for "something to happen".I received this book from the author via Bostick Communications in exchange for an honest review.Find more children's book reviews in Reviews in Chalk

  • Sandy
    2018-12-27 06:30

    My granddaughter just loves this book. I could not believe how big and cute the doll is that comes with the book. Ayla takes the doll with her to the bathroom and they both go potty. It has been very helpful. I highly recommend this book if your trying to potty train, it really helps. All we have to say is Paulina has to potty and she'll take it in the bathroom, then they both go or at least try.I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

  • Rosie
    2019-01-18 05:27

    The Poo Poo Fairy is a children’s book written by Mary Harper Dick and illustrated by Joseph Cowman. Paulina is a fairy who dreams of attending Helper’s Hollow Academy. Graduates of Helper’s Hollow go on to become distinguished fairies with very important jobs, such as lulling children to sleep at night or giving pocket money when a child loses a tooth. Paulina wants nothing more than to see a child’s face light up before they smile and laugh when she helps them with something important. On her first day at the academy, Paulina discovers she lacks the required skills to become a good Tooth Fairy, Sugar Plum Fairy or even a Fairy Godmother. Whilst on a field trip, Paulina discovers a small child crying because they cannot figure out how to use the potty properly. Determined to see him smile, Paulina teaches the correct usage of a potty, even offering tricks and rewards when the little boy gets it right. Before long, the little boy is a potty training success story and affectionately calls Paulina his Poo Poo Fairy, making them both laugh. Paulina has found her calling and is rejoiced at her school for being Paulina the Poo Poo Fairy – a title which makes her surge with joy. This potty training book for young children is not only useful for adults in helping to toilet train their child, but also brings fun and laughter, lifting a young child’s hopes and making sure they do not feel like a failure if they get things wrong sometimes while practicing to use the potty. Showing that even Paulina, herself, is not great at some things, it teaches children that if you do not succeed in one skill, you keep trying until you find a skill that you not only can manage but which brings you joy. I loved both the beautifully eye-catching, colorful illustrations and the skillful imagination shown by Mary Harper Dick in bringing such a wonderful story to life. The Poo Poo Fairy would be wisely stocked in child-care centers and kindergartens as well as in any home with young children. I applaud this valuable educational tool in such an important time of a child's life.- Rosie Malezer for Readers' Favorite

  • Michele
    2018-12-29 10:33

    Adorable story about Paulina, a fairy who couldn't find her path in fairy school. During a field trip she stumbles across a little boy who is upset because he's not getting the hang of potty training. Paulina becomes a "Cheerleader of the Chamberpot", not only helping the little guy become a big kid, but also giving herself a new fairy career. The illustrations are fantastic and the author includes hints on how to use the included Paulina doll and Facebook / website information for parenting tips and support. Don't forget to read Paulina's bio on the book jacket flap!

  • San Diego Book Review
    2019-01-21 11:08

    Paulina the Poo Poo Fairy has a mission: to help make potty training less traumatic for children. Similar to the Tooth Fairy, the guise (as you’ll read in the note to parents) is to make the trip to the toilet something to look forward to. Paulina leaves small gifts after a successful “mission” and a “special fairy gift” when the war has been won. Then Paulina disappears to help other toddlers. (read more...)You can read this entire review at San Diego Book Review

  • Lindsey Marxreiter
    2019-01-17 04:35

    I thought this was a very cute book for potty-training. The illustrations were great and I liked the story. My daughter is only one so we still have awhile until we start trying to potty-train but I think this will be helpful. I think it had the potential to be a little bit better, I loved the premise, that there were many jobs for fairies but she hadn't quite found her place. It seemed rushed once she discovered she could help kids and be the "poo poo fairy." I would definitely recommend this book, it's adorable. Thanks!

  • Christina
    2019-01-21 06:35

    Such a great concept and beautifully drawn out. Love the little doll that comes with the book, a little potty pal. I recommend this for anyone starting out with a little one or even those who have begun and don't see much progress. A very helpful tool!

  • Mary Dick
    2019-01-16 04:11

  • Lynne Moody
    2019-01-18 04:22

    Such a cute loveable story . This book will help little ones along with almost potty problems that need a helping hand. The pictures will grab the little ones attention, because of the adorable fairies. A beautiful fairy doll came with the book. I won this book from a giveaway on Goodreads.