From School Library Journal
PreSchool-New entries in an already crowded field of books. These two are almost exact duplicates, both in text and illustration. The only differences are the names, Henry/Hannah; the addition or subtraction of a ponytail on the child's head; and the colors used-blue or pink, of course. A cutesy, rhymed text in the child's voice tells toddlers how Henry/Hannah receives his/her very own potty "to use when I am ready." Then the narrator goes on to relate how he/she sits on it, has success, and is rewarded with new underwear, not to mention the praise and applause of Mommy and Daddy. This is virtually the same plot as any other potty-training book aimed at this audience and their parents. Some have a tad more humor and imagination, like Wendy Lewison's The Princess & the Potty (S & S, 1994). Others are a bit more straightforward, such as Alona Frankel's Once Upon a Potty (Barron's, 1980). These two add nothing new or noteworthy or imaginative. Serviceable additions to satisfy demand.Jane Marino, Scarsdale Public Library, NY
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From the Inside Flap
(back panel) Hannah and Henry sing "Bye-Bye Diapers!"
Hannah and Henry are two happy kids with an exciting story to tell--and they want to share it with little boys and girls everywhere! They're graduating from diapers and learning to use the potty. Toddlers can follow along with their growing-up adventure . . . and then use this package's miniature doll and toy potty to reenact Hannah's or Henry's potty training story as part of their own potty training program. Kids will have fun as they learn to use the potty with their Bye-Bye Diapers Potty Pack
--and Moms and Dads will love it too.
Check this package's bottom panel for complete list of potty training items inside
Hannah's Bye-Bye Diapers Potty Pack
The Potty Book for Girls • Hannah Doll • Teddy Bear & Potty
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.