Potty Superhero: Get Ready For Big Girl Pants! Children’s Potty Training Board Book   Import  Single ASIN  Import  Muleiple

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Product description

About the Author

The Parragon name means quality, entertainment, and value and has been at the forefront of publishing for nearly 40 years. Going forward as an imprint of Cottage Door Press, the Parragon brand includes books that are interesting, entertaining, and affordable. The Parragon tradition continues….

Additional information

Publisher ‏

‎ Parragon Books; Illustrated edition (14 May 2019)

Language ‏

‎ English

Board book ‏

‎ 10 pages

ISBN-10 ‏

‎ 1680524585

ISBN-13 ‏

‎ 978-1680524581

Reading age ‏

‎ 1 – 4 years

Dimensions ‏

‎ 17.78 x 1.27 x 17.78 cm

10 reviews for Potty Superhero: Get Ready For Big Girl Pants! Children’s Potty Training Board Book   Import  Single ASIN  Import  Muleiple

  1. Amazon Customer

    Simple and sweet!
    This was the perfect addition to the pack of girls super hero capes and masks for my 2 year old nieces birthday gift!

  2. Ruth Garcia

    Cute Potty Story
    My daughter loves this potty story. Keeps her entertained while she’s sitting on the potty. Good book to begin potty training.

  3. Sherese

    Very interested
    My daughter enjoyed this book and couldn’t put it down. She was very interested in reading it herself and us reading it to her as well.

  4. The Machinist

    Finally a potty book she likes!!
    I never know what is gonna capture my girls interest but usually it’s rhymes, bright silly characters, a sentence or 2 per page. I purchased 3 potty books in a week and this one was THE ONE!! I read it and she grabs it out of my hands, hands it right back with a “please, again” and we repeat another 3 to a dozen times in a row lol. My daughter HATES “if animals kissed Goodnite” and “Love you to the Moon and Back” and they both are 5 star books. Her faves are from Sandra Boynton “Moo Bah La La La” and “Dinosnores” so if your l.o. likes thosestyles of books than perhaps this one is for your l.o. as well. Hope I’ve helped some and gl!

  5. Jordan

    Daughter loves it
    Our daughter loves this book, we really think it’s helping her interest in potty training.

  6. Stephenie

    Say doggy instead of kitty
    This book is great! I love the concept and my daughter loves the book. It’s sturdy, bright/pretty colors, and has a cute storyline. I took away one star because we found the “my kitty thinks so too” line a little weird for a book about a little girl learning to go potty on the big girl potty – only inappropriate if you think like that – which we clearly do (and I know we wouldn’t be the only ones). I just say doggy instead of kitty when I read the book to her. Otherwise, it’s a great book!

  7. Amazon Customer

    Holds attention ❤️
    Love this 📕 I have read it a hundred times and my grand daughter has memorized it!!!

  8. Rebecca

    A must buy–this book got my niece to use the potty!!
    This book is the reason my niece is potty trained. My niece refused to use the potty. She saw all the other kids using it, knew how, but didn’t want to do it. So I got her a bunch of potty books and this was one. She wants it read to her all the time and when she had her first accident she even told her Mom, it’s ok mommy the superhero in the book has them too.” And she isn’t even all that into superheros, more disney princesses, but this book is so well written and illustrated that it hooks in any girl. The rhymes are great and easy for her to remember plus the graphics bold and in great girl colors. I really think if it wasn’t for this book, we would still be fighting her to use the potty.

  9. Natalie Frey

    Worked for my 3 year Old
    Tried a lot to get my 3 year old daughter to go to the potty. Set up a “station” with books next to potty with a prize box. We read this book every time she sat down and then after a few days she finally started going to the potty. Really a good book that gives girls an idea that it’s ok to go.

  10. Morgan Adams

    For a stay-at-home mom with only one child, potty training was a non-starter with my daughter. I was asking her to do something she had no motivation or reason for trying. She always wants to be like other kids, but without a regular daycare, the whole potty routine just wasn’t something she ever saw happened. This book was great for that! It goes through a pretty simple routine (oopsies included) and gave her a chance to see how “big girls” do it. Obviously, this book was not solely responsible for her potty training, but it went a long way toward getting us started!

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