You Can Go to the Potty clearly introduces the basic steps of toilet learning in a natural, non-pressured way. Written by the authors of the acclaimed Sears Parenting Library, it features reassuring text and lively, full-color illustrations.
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I sorted through a lot of potty training books before I chose this one. My daughter likes it and asks for it to be read to her. I've made it part of our regular reading list. I like that it encourages letting the child determine when they are ready to actually start using the potty. Also that it portrays potty training as a team effort with the family. It is very easy to substitute our personal potty related words for the ones used in the story. I also like that it includes hints for the parents on things to do to help encourage and inspire an interest in the potty. The only thing I don't particularly care for is that one of the illustrations include the little boy standing at the toilet to go potty (not explicit, but no doubt about what he is doing). A little confusing for my daughter. But it isn't anything that can't be explained once she gets around to asking about it.