Once Upon a Potty — Boy

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Once Upon a Potty — Boy

The all-time favorite, now in a sturdy board book.

There are 28.9 million children under the age of 5 in the U.S. and all of them will need to be toilet trained. This classic book has already helped millions of parents get their children through a life milestone with ease and some entertainment too.

With Once Upon a Potty, a parent reads the book to their child or allows the child to read it while on the potty. Not surprisingly, the book takes some wear. This new board book edition will withstand such heavy use and survive the occasional water spill too.

This is THE potty training book. It has it all, bright graphics, simple language, fun story and an anatomically correct hero. With an edition for each gender, the book relates directly to the child, making the potty-training process relatable and easy to understand.


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Fanna Nicole Smith says:

Pure genius, total life saver! This is it. This is the book. This is the magic. I don’t know what else to say besides BUY. THIS. BOOK. My friend randomly found a very torn copy in a pile of used books and after months of reading potty books and trying, we read our son this and he was hooked, making us read it to him three times a night at bed time. Within a WEEK of starting this book, he just up and potty trained himself. Luckily we already had the undies ready to go! The book uses a plain white jug, so we used a…

Treenz says:

Good detail to teach about the potty as an introduction So far this has to be one of our favorite potty time books for potty time preparation. My two and a half year old son is not potty trained but we’re using books for exposure and he really seemed to relate to Joshua in this book. This book is perfect in my mind for teaching about this topic. It is simple yet clear, easy for little ones to understand. My two year old rejoices with him as he gets him poo poo in the potty.I bought this based on reviews on Amazon and was no…

Genevieve says:

Great Potty Book My son loves to read this book! He gets such a laugh out of the boy putting the potty on his head as a hat when he doesn’t know what it is. I read this book when I was younger and potty training as did my brother. The wording is a little redundant instead of just saying “I” or “We” the author constantly writes: “I, Joshua’s mother and Joshua”,etc.. I normally just reword it myself not to go crazy and confuse my son. Other than that great book that outlines the little…


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