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I Can Go Potty (Muppet Babies Big Steps Book) (Golden Books) Board book – April 16, 1997

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Product Details

  • Board book: 14 pages
  • Publisher: Golden Books; Board edition (April 16, 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0307128334
  • ISBN-13: 978-0307128331
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 7.8 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #368,772 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By A Customer on July 13, 1998
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I've only had I Can Go Potty in my son's library for a few days, but we love it already! My son asks to have the book read to him every night. Not only that, but my 34 month old son who has never shown any interest in going to the potty, has gone three times in the last two days! It may be just a coincidence, but, just in case, I'm going to buy some more books!
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We keep this book in the bathroom for our almost 2 year old to occupy his time while toilet training. I especially appreciate that this book demonstrates baby Kermit using the big toilet with a removable potty seat rather than a toddler's potty chair, which seems to be the approach in other "potty" books.
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Needless to say, we are at a time in our lives when we have a number of potty training books around the house, and we find this one straightforward and appealing. It features a little Muppet boy who has been learning to use a potty seat. The youngster talks about how happy he is to be a big boy and wear pants and go potty by himself. He interrupts play, takes down his pants, sits on the potty and "goes", wipes, flushes, pulls up his pants and washes his hands before going back to play, where his friend and toys are waiting to pick up where they left off.
The book features a potty seat that sits on the big toilet rather than a free-standing potty chair, and no phrases for defecation or urination are used. A good choice for families in this interesting phase of development.
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I was looking for a book to help my little one with potty training and found soooo much junk out there. There is everything from singing and dancing to bizarre methods of berating the child until they cry to make them pee in the potty. That stuff was just crazy to me. One of the singing and dancing gigs taught her a song, but forgot to mention that she needed to pull her pants down before she went! All I wanted was a book that told the basics of how it's done with a character my kid could relate to. Then when seeing mommy go and reading the book while sitting on potty, she'd get the picture. Found it! This is simple and straightforward - which is usually the best option with a 2-year-old! Highly recommend.
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This is a great Muppet Babies book to use if your child prefers Kermit rather than Miss Piggy. It's almost the same as the one with Miss Piggy, but I think this one is a bit more modern.

Some pluses of this book compared to others are 1. Kermit stops playing to use the toilet. Very few potty training books mention this! Why??? 2. Kermit uses an adapter seat on the adult toilet rather than a separate potty chair. A lot of families choose this route but few books illustrate this.

Very simple and probably best for the beginning stages when potty training is first being introduced. This will work better if your child has already seen Muppets, like on Sesame Street or something, or read Muppet Babies books. There are a lot of good ones for other transitional phases, like sleeping in a big bed, learning to help around the house, or stopping the use of a pacifier.
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This is my favorite potty book because it is actually the most realistic. Step by step, it matches what a child really does when going to the bathroom. First, Kermit must stop playing -- a very important point! He runs to the potty, unsnaps his pants, goes potty on a toilet with a child's seat on top, snaps up and washes his hands. When he goes back to play with his friend, the toys and his friend are still there. If you have a child that doesn't like to stop playing to take time to go potty, you know how important that is. We found this book easy to relate to. The illustrations are recongizable even to young toddlers. Truthfully, it is the only potty book I found useful. In addition to all that, this book IS cute. I'm sorry it is out of print.
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By A Customer on September 15, 2000
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The strength of this book lies in its straight forward approach. Kermit tells the reader exactly what to do when you use the potty, in a step by step fashion. I noted that this was one of the few books that included washing hands. When Kermit is done he reviews the steps of pottying. Granted this is not great story telling, and I would have liked to have seen a sentence saying that it is good and clean to use the potty and that Kermit was proud. However this particular approach was very helpful for my autistic toddler.
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i like this book because kermit stops what he is doing (playing) to go to the potty. the book also seems to make my boy excited about flushing, which makes him more interested in going with the parents to the potty. Sometimes, since we got this book, he will sit on his potty (fully clothed). progress is progress, right?
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