The Potty Caddy

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Workman Publishing, Jun 5, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Take one of the most significant landmarks in a toddler's life—potty-training—and treat it in exactly the right way—with funny, silly humor—and the result is the perfect gift and all-around kit for the toilet-training set (and their parents).

Here's everything needed to say good-bye to diapers forever, including a 32-page full-color book, four toddler-size "magazines" for bathroom reading—including Vanity Fairy, BQ (Babies Quarterly), Rolling Stroller, and Sports Animated, 100 toilet targets, reward stickers, a potty chart, a helpful brochure for parents (written by a pediatrician), and, best of all, a child's very own roll of toilet paper on a refillable holder. With its happy illustrations of a proud and curious toddler (unlike most other potty training books, this one is gender-neutral), the Potty Caddy Book answers the questions little kids actually think about: Why does the toilet make such a loud noise when it flushes? Will I fall in? Why do I need to stop using diapers? Where does everything go? But it does it all from a toddler's perspective, with the help of far-fetched creatures (swamp elephants, space aliens, and the Poop Police), plus songs and tips.

Warning: Contains bathroom humor.
 

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User Review  - dylansmommienc - Overstock.com

MY TWO YEAR OLD SON ADORES THIS!! COMES WITH KIDSIZE MAGIZINES FOR WHEN POOF THE ELEPHANT NEEDS TO ASSIST YOUR KID WITH THE POOPIES!! LOVE THE POOPIE AND POTTY SONGS! MUST MUST MUST HAVE FOR LITTLE BOYS!! Read full review

Cute idea

User Review  - xavysmom - Overstock.com

Not sure yet how much encouragement its given to my 2yr old son yet who absolutely refuses to use the potty right now. However its a very cute idea and maybe just maybe the potty caddy will help to spark his interest. Read full review

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Contents

Hey kid
Remove Your Diaper
i
Sit Down on the Potty
ii
Pee
iii
Dont Give Up
12
Sing the Potty Song
14
Use the Toilet Paper
16
Empty the Potty
18
Flush
20
Wash Your Hands
22
Use the Potty Chart
23
Celebrate
26
Copyright

About the author (2008)

Rachel Gordon is a mother of two with extensive experience in potty training. She is also a longtime toilet user, and lives with her family in Brooklyn, New York.

Sarah Bergmann has illustrated two previous books for children. She lives in Seattle, Washington.

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