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Prince Bravery & Grace: Attack of the Wet Knights Paperback – March 19, 2007
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Prince Bravery and Grace - Attack of the Wet Knights mesmerized my 3rd grade class. It truly captured their imaginations! --Arleen J McCafferty, School Library Media Specialist
Prince Bravery and Grace presents factual information in a fun-to-read fictional format. The frustrations that accompany bedwetting, along with realistic solutions, are realized by prince Bravery's family. A great companion when using a bedwetting alarm. I highly recommend this reassuring story for any school-aged child with bedwetting. --Renee Mercer, MSN, CPNP, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, author of Seven Steps to Nighttime Dryness
About the Author
Gail Gross' mission is to ease the burden of children dealing with the challenges of nightly bedwetting. As a mom who has dealt with the difficulties faced by a child who wets the bed, she felt a call to help all children and their parents overcome the stigma of bedwetting. Gail has a bachelor's degree in Biology and has extensively researched the medical literature concerning enuresis, or bedwetting. Many years ago she struggled to find answers to help her child. Eventually, she learned of the bedwetting alarms and within two months of treatment her child was dry at night. She created the characters of Prince Bravery and Grace to empower children to understand, and hopefully overcome the dreaded "wet knights". She lives with her husband, three sons and golden retriever, Grace, in Wexford, Pennsylvania.
Top customer reviews
Will be reading it again to her as a bed time story, as we first read it two weeks ago.
My daughter (and her older brother ... who does not have a bedwetting problem) were both hooked on the story, with her brother even acting out some of the funniest bits of the book ... causing much hilarity over a subject that usually made my daughter embarrassed and sad.
I would recommend this book without hesitation to any parent trying a bed wetting alarm with their child. Most of the other books out there are for the parents benefit. This was a great kids book that helps kids understand that becoming dry is a process that requires persistence, but that they are not alone and that there is light at the end of the tunnel. At the same time, the story is funny and interesting.
I read this in the physical version Prince Bravery and Grace - Attack of the Wet Knights