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When You've Got To Go (Bear in the Big Blue House, No. 6) Paperback – June 1, 2000
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In my opinion, this book is best for kids who already know the basics of potty training, which are covered in a ton of other books. This book is more about stopping what you're doing (like playing) to get to the toilet, talking about trying to avoid accidents (while being reassuring that it's ok) and also adding that parents/caregivers will still love and care for the child even after they have learned to use the toilet. I have only seen one or two potty training books which address this common issue, and I definitely think its something that children are often concerned about.
The book is a little long and wordy for kids with a short attention span, but for older kids who are still potty training (like 3 or 4ish) there shouldn't be a problem. I personally prefer a longer storybook when reading to my daughter while she sits on the potty, because then it keeps her sitting there long enough to relax and go.
In my opinion, a good addition to the potty training library.
Not the best book for teaching -- for that use Sears' excellent 'You Can Go to the Potty' -- but a gentle reassuring book for kids who might be a little skeptical about the whole process. Good luck, Toileteer parents!!