The list author says: "My newest book, Potty Animals, is kind of like "finishing school for potty trainers." Wiping, flushing, washing hands, and all the other things that make the difference between bathroom babies and big kids. People often ask for books about getting kids to use the potty, and these are some of my favorites."
"A funny, fresh approach to toilet learning. Written like a how-to manual, this book will your aspiring potty user take one step back to see how others handle the process, or help big sister or big brother be patient with their little sibling."
"Penelope Leach is my go-to gal for reasonable, reliable child-rearing advice. Her child-centered approach is responsive, consistent, and effective. This book will help with potty training and every early childhood developmental challenge you can think of."
"Yes -- I wrote it. But that's not the only reason I'm recommending it. When I was a preschool teacher, I longed for tools to help me help kids master all the niceties that need to follow the shift from diapers to toilets. This book is humorous but educational and is the perfect gift for kids who are able to use the toilet but could use some help becoming civilized. Ages 3-8."
"A classic! When I first introduced this book to kids in the classroom, I expected them to think it was as funny as I did. But mostly kids are just fascinated by the frank discussion of a critical bodily function. Easy to understand explanations demystify the whole thing."