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The Case of the Wet Bed (Max Archer, Kid Detective) (Ingles En 100 Días) Paperback – April 15, 2011
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Max Archer Kid Detective: The Case of the Wet Bed is a fantastic kids' self help manual to deal with the problem of bedwetting. Max the detective is a former bedwetter himself, so he understands what his clients are going through. In careful steps and clear, easy- to- follow instructions, Max helps an 8-year old boy named Billy Parker to learn to stay dry at night while he is sleeping. Fun illustrations and positive messages like going on Poop Patrol, joining the Stream Team, positive self-programming affirmations all help the program take hold effectively. For the last, the child repeats to himself, 'If I need to go at night my bladder will hold all of my pee till morning. But if I can't hold all of my pee I will wake myself up and go to the bathroom (p. 35).' At the end of the book are extra resources like How to Become a Super Dooper Pooper, a Word Search, and Make Your Own Badges, plus Q & A About Bedwetting (Just For Parents). 'The Case of the Wet Bed' is a great tool to assist kids who want to learn to stay dry sooner rather than later. --Midwest Book Review
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In our case, eventually, after several dry nights with pull ups, at age 7 1/2 we have moved to underwear at night and have had four dry nights in a row (yay!)
I think our dry nights now probably have more to do with my son's body maturing than anything specific recommended in the book (Dr. Bennett points out that as the child gets older, it is likely to resolve), but for the psychological value alone, this book was worth it. When a character in the book is frustrated that he stll wets the bed while his little sister is dry at night, my son responded, "that's like me!" The book does a good job of letting children who are struggling with bed wetting know they are not alone.