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Potty Time with Elmo (Liittle Sound Book)

3.6 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews

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Product Description

Join Elmo as he teaches Baby David how to use the potty. This enduring favorite has been refreshed with a brand new cover and enhanced interior art!

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Product Dimensions 0.5 x 7.8 x 8.7 inches
Item Weight 11.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN 141273486X
Item model number 7258800
Best Sellers Rank #53,283 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#428 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education > Basic & Life Skills Toys
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3.6 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews

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Format: Hardcover
This is a book about an imaginary monster potty-training a doll. Obviously It involves the toilet, but there are no references to how you know when you have to go, poop, pee... it just skips from "do you have to go, Baby David?" to "You're done!" Last, it makes horrible doodle-deedle bleep bloop noises.

And of course my kid is obsessed with it. PARENTS, SAVE YOURSELVES.
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My 2 year old found this book very boring. I found the book was written poorly and the sounds didn't flow very well with the story. The book is short and could not keep my child's attention. Buy a different book.
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The sounds from the push buttons seem completely irrelevant to the potty story in the book. My baby LOVES Elmo and she barely plays with the book at all. Definitely does NOT seem to help with potty training.
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Elmo and his doll, Baby David, have been a large part of our potty training success. We have three learning tools from this series, the book, the DVD and the Elmo doll that sits on the potty. Our daughter quickly linked the three and discovered that with Elmo, using the potty is not quite as scary as before.

With this book, her favorite buttons are the toilet paper roll that spins and the toilet flushing. She pushes both of those on every page. And, though it is not a book about shapes and things, she loves to ask which pair of underpants at the end has what shape on them- "Is this the pair with the rockets- no, those are duckies!" She has a lot of fun with this book.
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My almost 2 year old son received this book as a present, he likes to press the buttons but he is not interested in the story at all. This book is not helpful in the whole potty trainings process. My son loves Erni's potty book (Too big for diapers). the "My big boy potty" book is also great, that made it really clear how he is supposed to use the potty.
Don't buy this book, it is not worth it
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I bought in hopes of helping my son get more interested in being potty trained with a character he is familiar with. He did not care to even read the book (he loves books!). He just wanted to touch all the sounds effects. I have now passed the book down to our little daughter and she does the same thing. So its more of a toy than anything else :(
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Nice book, but I wish it came with a potty training chart. My daughter kind of liked the book at first, but it doesn't go into detail at all as far as potty training. Maybe that's where the parents should step in and explain, but then why even get the book? Just get a potty chart, explain and show your child how to pee pee in the potty and once it's filled with stars and they are potty trained, let them pick out a present at the store. I'm sure they won't pick out this book:). The Elmo DVD learning how to pee pee on the potty was a better idea and did get her excited about starting the process. My daughter is old enough to know the sensation of when she needs to go potty and she usually goes on her own now. It's a power struggle with toddlers. Give them something to drink and make them pee pee in the potty 15min later and do this every time they drink something. Don't ask them to go pee pee, tell them every 30-45 min that we're going to try going pee pee. After a week, your child should know the sensation you're talking about when they have to go pee pee. There will be accidents for about a week and Pull-ups don't work, just use panties or underwear and after a week, of doing all the hard work and training, they won't have any more accidents, because they will get sick of peeing on themselves. Don't forget the rewards chart.
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Save your money! There are better books out there and this thing just makes noise and is obnoxious. It really doesn't help with understanding the potty. Spend your money on the Potty Time video instead.
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