Take one of the most significant milestones in a child’s life―potty training―add loads of silliness, and the result is the perfect book for the toilet-training set (and their parents). Potty Palooza is a fun and informative step-by-step guide that kids will love to hear read aloud as they sit on the potty.
Written from the perspective of an eager and curious toddler (and, unlike other potty-training books, designed to teach both boys and girls), this charmingly illustrated book celebrates every successful trip to the bathroom with a “potty palooza” and stars an endearing and quirky cast of characters: potty hippos, who gather when you use too much toilet paper; space aliens, who zoom in to try to use your potty; a wild elephant; and the Poop Police, who issue Mom or Dad a ticket for sounding too silly when singing the “Potty Song.”
Toddlers will giggle as they learn the answers to all their questions: Will I fall in? (No, you’re way too big.) How often will I be using the potty? (As often as you feel like you need to poop or pee.) Is it true that everyone poops, even the president of the United States? (Yes, everyone poops!)
The book also includes fun poop and pee facts, a parents’ guide written by a board-certified pediatrician, and a potty chart with stickers to track progress. It’s for every child ready to make a real bathroom breakthrough.
Potty Palooza can be purchased on amazon, chapters indigo and bed bath & beyond.
So in being completely honest. This book is busy, almost too busy for my 2.5year old. My son recently completed his potty training, and i'm so excited to be out of diapers, i thought he would enjoy this book, but there's almost too much context for his age.
~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Cheryl. My children and I were gifted a copy of this book, in exchange for our review. All opinions are honest and my own.*~