One, two, three, it's time to wee, Potties are the place to be!
Baby Bear is learning to use his new potty and Barnaby, his toy rabbit, is learning too!
It's sometimes rather tricky... but Mummy knows what will help!
For any adult who is going through that delightful stage of parenthood - the dreaded POTTY TRAINING - this book could be your secret weapon.
A cute story that takes potty training from being a chore to an adventure. The young ones can identify with the main character - Baby Bear - and see themselves going through it too. Once they have successfully linked themselves to Baby Bear, they start to see what is coming isn't such a chore after all.
The artwork is great and I think Caroline Pedler has done some amazing work on this one... especially with how natural Barnaby'ses are and how they show he's just a stuffed rabbit, but imply he's alive in the mind of Baby Bear.
Overall, a wonderful book, and well worth it, especially when it comes to parents of little boys. For some reason, boys are tougher to toilet train than girls... so this indeed may be the kryptonite you need.
This colourful enchanting book takes the problem of toilet training and turns it into a fun adventure between Baby Bear and Barnaby (his toy). Mama bear is teaching Baby Bear to use the Potty so she buys him a potty and cool new pants with trains on and Baby Bear does not want to soil these pants but still struggles so then Mama bear comes up with a very clever idea...
This book turns the difficult task of toilet training into a fun interactive story and has beautiful bright pictures that even my infant loves to look at.
This book has a nice amount of words and would be a good bedtime story - only taking about 10 minutes to read. Even dad enjoyed reading this one.
I would DEFINITELY recommend this product to others would be great when it comes to explaining what the potty is for as this is a difficult task , this book even has some ideas for what we as parents can do to make toilet training easier.
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