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Once Upon a Potty--Girl Hardcover – July 7, 1999
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Your child will be empowered by Prudence as she learns to use her new potty. (us.pampers.com)
Addresses potty training for parents who may be looking to use just the right words. (Tara Munkatchy Daily Local News [West Chester PA] 2008-06-17) --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
About the Author
Alona Frankel is the author and illustrator of over thirty titles for children, including the well-known Once Upon a Potty titles. Ms. Frankel's work has earned her a place on the Honor List of the International Board on Books for Young Children, several Parents Choice awards, and many additional honors and awards. She lives in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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My 2 year old is not following all the sentences in the book, but she is captured by the story and pictures and has definitely absorbed the overall message. The story is positive about Prudence's use of the potty. Prudence tries once, is discouraged by her first failure and then tries again much later, waits patiently and finally sees her potty in use. This book also explains how Prudence's mother has been changing her diaper from the time she was an infant. This is particularly fascinating for my daughter who seems to be really thinking about the idea that she was once an infant.
I do wish the potty looked less like a chamber pot of yore and more like a modern potty, but it sure doesn't seem to be a problem. My child totally gets that it is a potty.
The pages of this book are sturdy although it isn't a board book. It is easy for a little one to turn the pages themselves and the pages have some tooth to them, so it doesn't stick together.
Overall a wonderful find. Would make a great gift for a toddler parent.
It to me when I was potty training. I just bought it for my daughter. I love the humor in the story. I love the illustrations which are so cute. I look forward to reading it to her!