A book for both parents and children about an important part of growing upWhat are the signs that my child is physically and emotionally ready to start using the toilet?How can I best prepare my child to switch to underpants?How should I deal with my child's setbacks and accidents?Forty vivid, full-color photographs, an easy-to-read supportive text for children, and a compA book for both parents and children about an important part of growing upWhat are the signs that my child is physically and emotionally ready to start using the toilet?How can I best prepare my child to switch to underpants?How should I deal with my child's setbacks and accidents?Forty vivid, full-color photographs, an easy-to-read supportive text for children, and a comprehensive guide for parents answer all these questions -- and more....
|Title||:||Your New Potty|
|Number of Pages||:||40 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Your New Potty Reviews
I would probably put this book on an adaptive shelf but not sure if I'm crazy about it. It was probably written before all the research on children's literature was so grandiose. I say this because learning to use the potty is something that a toddler can relate to. However, there are a lot of words on the pages which makes it more developmentally appropriate for a kindergarten student. The text fails at being appealing or engaging. I would say that the only aspect that "saves" it is the fact that there are photos of actual children becoming familiar with the potty. There are not many books that do that any more so I valued that,
The photos are dated in a way that makes them pretty entertaining. However, the general tone and language of the book still resonates. My daughter connected with this book very quickly and really liked talking about Steffie and Ben. Toddlers like to connect with the real world, and I think that the photos and clear language are very effective. Don't skip it just because it gives you bad flashbacks to the 1980s--because your kid won't be bothered by that aspect at all.
This is similar to Joanna Cole's newer books My Big Girl Potty and My Big Boy Potty. The newer books are more stream lined and feature drawn pictures instead of photographs. I like the language that Cole uses in these books, and it has made potty training part of our story in a natural way.
This is a detailed book about potty training, the type of book that really shows and tells a child what potty training is all about. I liked that it had photographs. It is made for both boys and girls. A lot of text though if you are doing training early or with child not that interested in books.
This is an informative potty book. It starts with how babies need diapers and shows how a big kid goes to the potty. It covers how boys and girls go #1 differently, flushing, hygiene, big kid underwear, and accidents.
But not for this book, I don't know if my daughter would have started using the toilet.
Unfortunately the pictures are looking pretty dated.