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Time to Pee! Hardcover – September 8, 2003
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Bina Williams, Bridgeport Public Library, CT
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The book is a sort of instructional guide for kids. A countless multitude of endlessly helpful mice hold up banners, signs, printed parachutes, etc. to tell kids exactly what to do when they get, "that funny feeling". Children are told not to panic and that this is the perfect time to show their maturity. Just go to the bathroom and follow some simple steps. Lift the lid (good thinking there!), remove underwear, sit or stand, use toilet paper afterwards, flush (again, good thinking), and wash your hands. That done you can continue with whatever it was you were doing. "At least, until you get that feeling again...". A small mouse positioned next a suspiciously yellow puddle holds a sign that reads, "P.S. Don't worry if you don't get it right the firest time - you'll get another chance".
What a relief (ho ho) this book is after all the other awful potty training books out there. I won't name them by name. They know who they are. It's fun to see exactly what the objections to this book have been over the years.Read more ›
The author writes very simplistic, and the pictures are eye-catching. Wonderful book
The cool thing is now that she's interested in reading, we're using it to learn how to spell words. They're mostly pretty short and the boxes around each one help separate them so they're easier to read. She just turned 3 so simplicity is key. Plus, it reinforces the potty training message and anything that helps keep her potty trained is a good thing!
I hope it works for my 2nd daughter (she's only 1, so time will tell).
Thank you Mo Williams!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bit wordy, but great at explaining the priority of peeing. Plus, the mice are very encouraging.Published 28 days ago by gie
It had positive reinforcement and convinced my three year old girl to potty.Published 1 month ago by Sunny D
Shows girls and boys the essentials of what you do when it is time to pee! Good for kids who are learning to use the big boy and girl toilet.Published 2 months ago by L. M. Keefer
for fans of the pigeon book, he makes an appearance, driving a bus so that was fun but be warned, this book addresses sex differences in potty training with boys stand and girls... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was expecting more from Mo. The book comes with a sticker chart which is a nice touch, but the story is boring. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C & L
We read this while LO was sitting on toilet the first couple weeks of training. He enjoyed it.Published 4 months ago by Jen
my 2 1/2 years old (boy girl) twins are liking it (but this is not the go to book), they are preferring simple drawing/cartoons on the pages at this age.Published 5 months ago by mimi521
I read some positive and negative reviews before purchasing this book. My son is 2 yrs + 3 months and we are trying to start the potty training process. Read morePublished 6 months ago by bFranj