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 Using the Potty

 
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Potty-training your toddler is an important and sometimes challenging phase of life. How to explain the process, establish a routine and make this transition as easy as possible are all topics families face as they begin potty-training. Please review the following list of age-appropriate books about potty-training that will help explain the concept to children and answer their questions. Books specifically for boys or girls are indicated as such.
 
Cole, Joanna
With the help of understanding parents, young children learn how to use the potty so they do not have to wear diapers any longer.
Frankl, Alona
Simple text and pictures depict how a mother toilet trains her son (or daughter) Also available on video.
Lansky, Vicki
This book gently covers all the issues of potty training to help a child know what to expect and what's expected.
 
Miller, Virginia
Anna decides it is time for Rabbit to learn how to use the potty, but when Rabbit won't cooperate, Anna shows him how it is done.
Murkoff, Heidi
This book will help you provide straightforward and reassuring answers to your child's questions.
Willems, Mo
Sign-carrying mice give encouraging instructions for using the toilet.
 

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