This would be nice for a 3 or 4 year old, I can't really claim its a bad product, I just wish I had known it wasn't for younger kids. This particular gentle and even humorous short story is charmingly illustrated and even told inside verse. Every little girl's graduation from diapers to the potty is always a very important moment--and one to make both parents and toddlers proud! She's a smart little girl, but the potty was a problem. It's the only one I actually enjoyed reading as a parent, and my daughter loved it. Again, maybe I'm being too picky but those two things bothered me a little. Still, it was my daughter's favorite out of the several we bought and I think it helped a little bit.
I haven't officially started potty training her yet since we'll be moving soon, but I'm excited that she's excited to maybe start soon! Maybe a text or whatever form of communication we'll be using then would suffice. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, and pursued her interest in dance, becoming a professional dancer and dance instructor. For several nights in a row, my daughter fought using the potty saying that she could use her night time pullup. Then something happened that got this book and all other potty books pulled from the rotation and sent to Goodwill. She was a professional dancer and dance instructor before her writing career began. Otherwise, readers will chuckle over Alyssa Capucilli's delightful rhyme, rapped by Hannah herself, and Dorothy Stott's hilarious antics of Hannah's potty partner Teddy the bear.
Is it a rocking chair? Some sort of bed for Teddy? We bought it for our daughter around 21 months and it was instantly her favorite book! Her first published book was a lift-the-flap work called Peekaboo Bunny, and she is well known for her series for beginning readers featuring the puppy Biscuit. This is a book that stands the test of time. Since potty training is almost complete, it is getting close to time to start getting rid of the potty books, but my little one seemed more interested in identifying the affectionate Teddy that accompanies Hannah throughout her day than the potty theme. I would suggest this book to any parents that are going through the frustrations of potty training. In The Potty Book, Hannah needs to have her diapers changed so she can go out and play. In hindsight, although my daughter quoted it during her accidents, this specific book is not really to blame, but rather our continued use of it well after my daughter was potty trained.
She would sit on the potty and I would read to her. Little girls will enjoy looking at the pictures and having the story read to them. Capucilli lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, with her husband and children. Every little girl's graduation from diapers to the potty is always a very important moment--and one to make both parents and toddlers proud! There's no such thing as a magic potion for potty training, but this came darned close. We have been reading it to her every night. My own Hannah really likes the book at 24 months old, but is not quite ready for the potty. Girls will enjoy considering the pictures and even having the report read directly to them.
Then mom and dad bring home a big box, and Hannah is anxious to open it up and see what's inside. I would recommend this book to anyone as a part of their potty training plan. Then mom and dad bring home a big box, and Hannah is anxious to open it up and see what's inside. Our daughter loves this book and asks to read it over and over on the potty or off it. Update: 10 March 2015 My two-year-old found this in her toys, and pulled it o Since we are currently working on Potty Training, this book couldn't be more timely. This book is very thorough, positive, and cute too. The simple rhyming story catches her attention, and will hopefully encourage our little one to use the potty, just like Hannah.
My daughter loves the teddy bear and the Mommy and Daddy. In The Potty Book, Hannah needs to have her diapers changed so she can go out and play. My daughter loves this book. In The Potty Book, Hannah needs to have her diapers changed so she can go out and play. Eight chapters offer a healthy perspective for developing consistent policies and successful practices for potty training, as well as guidelines for developing productive partnerships with parents—including sample parent communication tools and detailed resource lists. It's cute, has fun pictures and it gives the basics about potty training.
Update: 10 March 2015 My two-year-old found this in her toys, and pulled it out, insisting on a multiple reading of this story. We meet a sweet little girl named Hannah who reveals her frustration with diapers and the new potty her parents have purchased her. Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. My 2 year old has it pretty much memorized and loves to talk about Hannah going on the potty. The quality of the book itself isn't quite as good. In The Potty Book, Hannah needs to have her diapers changed so she can go out and play.
We didn't have much success and I discovered that books can be beneficial so I searched on here. The books are cute but I had a few issues with them. If you're looking for a potty book, this is the one! You can do it too! There are so many books on the market for potty training and it was hard to decide but I saw this one and wanted to get it because the author also wrote the Biscuit books, which my kids love. When the time is right, she'll be ready for the potty, too! Then mom and dad bring home a big box, and Hannah is anxious to open it up and see what's inside. This is a charming, personal potty book with a rather old-school, back to basics feel. Before this book she was terrified of the potty. Later that day, she had an accident in her underwear for the first time in months.
The illustrations are very attractive and definitely show how much energy Hannah has as does every toddler or preschooler. It was published by B. Aside from letting her know that other kids use the potty, I don't think it really helped. The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. Although I actually haven't got a result in our potty yet I think that this book is giving her a great understanding of what going to the potty is all about, not to be scared of accidents that they happen and it's ok and she is using all the right words now.