Once Upon a Potty J 649.62 FRANK Separate versions explain in simple text and illustrations why and how a little girl-- or a little boy-- uses a potty. Going to the Potty EASY J 649.62 ROGER Large color photos present children using the toilet, and the straightforward text emphasizes the benefits to the child of mastering this developmental step. A Mr.
Rogers's First Experiences Book. Your New Potty EASY J 649.62 COLE Steffie and Ben learn how to use the potty as they make the transition from diapers to underpants. What Happens When I Flush the Toilet?
J 628.3 ASIMO Briefly describes how toilets are used to get rid of waste and how sewage is treated. Potty Power for Boys and Girls J DVD 649.62 POTTY Live action and 3-D animated characters guide viewers step-by- step through potty use and proper hygiene. Perrot Library Youth Services Department 90 Sound Beach Avenue Old Greenwich, CT 06870 203-637-8802 Parenting Resources (Located in the Adult Dept.) Potty Training Sucks: What to Do When Diapers Make You Miserable 649.62 KIMES Amidst all the headaches (and heartaches), this book feels your pain.
Veteran potty trainers cover the respective troubles of training boys and girls, and how to maintain ... more. less.
your sanity through it all. Toilet Training: The Brazelton Way 649 BRAZE Respected pediatrician T. Berry Brazelton shows how to toilet train children in a series of small, gentle steps.<br><br> Toilet Training: A Practical Guide to Daytime and Nighttime Training 649 LANSK Offers sound advice, time-tested wisdom from experts and parents, and helpful resource information. Potty Training Boys the Easy Way: Helping Your Son Learn Quickly- Even If He's a Late Starter 649.62 FERTL LANSK Boys tend to take longer to be toilet trained, learn this skill later, and have different challenges from girls. Learn an accessible plan for getting your son trained quickly, clever games to make learning to use the toilet fun, as well as important tips for handling accidents and setbacks.<br><br> Ready, Ready, Ready, Ready, Set, Go! Set, Go! Set, Go!<br><br> Set, Go! Books About Books About Books About Books About Potty Training Potty Training Potty Training Potty Training Updated 10/2009 Potty training success hinges on readiness- 4 physical and emotional- not a specific age. Many kids show interest in potty training by age 2, but others may not be ready until age 2 ½ 4 or even older.<br><br> When you decide it's time to begin potty training, set your child up for success. Start by maintaining a sense of humor and a positive attitude. Here are some books to help: My Big Girl Potty E COLE Ashley learns to pee and poop in her potty and makes the transition from diapers to big-girl pants.<br><br> Includes tips for successful potty teaching. My Big Boy Potty E COLE In the male version of My Big Girl Potty , Michael learns how to use the toilet, with the help of his understanding parents. Time to Pee!<br><br> E WILLE How to know when it's time to potty, what to do when you get there, and reassurance not to worry if you don't get it right the first time. Annie 9s Potty E CASEL In a positive approach to toilet training, Annie gradually accepts the concept of using the toilet like ca big girl d with much sensible help from her calm mother. Potty Train E HOCHM A fantasy train ride that marks the journey from diapers to "Undie Junction." The Prince and the Potty E LEWIS When the young prince refuses to use his potty, the king and queen are afraid he will wear diapers all his life, until the Royal Wise Man suggests an unlikely solution.<br><br> Standing Up E GILLE It's not as easy as it looks, as anyone who cleans a bathroom in a house full of boys will affirm, but it's a handy trick to learn. Potty Time E GENEC A toddler named Joe and his animal friends learn that although bottoms come in all shapes and sizes, everyone must use the potty. P.J.<br><br> & Puppy E FALWE Toddler P. J. is wary about cnew potty d but joyful about cnew puppy. d He plays; puppy plays.<br><br> Then P. J. wets his pants; puppy wets the rug.<br><br> Finally, the toddler goes on the potty, the puppy goes on newspapers, and everyone is happy and dry. I Have to Go! E MUNSC Andrew's mother and father are careful to ask him beforehand, cAndrew, do you have to go pee? d Andrew always answers, cNo, no, no. d Any parent can guess the rest.<br><br> As soon as he's firmly belted in the car or immobilized in a snowsuit , Andrew bellows cI have to go! d On Top of the Potty: and Other Get-Up-and-Go Songs J 782.42 KATZ Songs like cGo Do Poop in the Toilet d (to the tune of cTake Me Out to the Ballgame d) and cTinkle, Tinkle on the Floor d (to the tune of cTwinkle, Twinkle Little Star d) are sure to become instant classics in your potty-training household.