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Tired of potty training frustrations?

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Tired of potty training frustrations? Try Ferdinand Uses the Potty: An Empowering Toilet Training Tale’ by Jay Tucker.

Written in fun rhyme by author, Jay Tucker, Ferdinand Uses the Potty is about a frog named Ferdinand who wets his bed and is scared of the flushing sound the toilet makes. Ferdinand hates the sound so much he tries his hardest to not go to the potty all! Until one day with help from a friend, Ferdinand bravely faces the flushing toilet.

Ferdinand Uses the Potty is a good book for preschoolers and parents alike. Ferdinand’s bravery will encourage a child to confident and face his or her own potty training fears. For parents,

Ferdinand Uses the Potty will assist in giving children the encouragement needed to overcome the challenges of potty training.

The illustrations in Ferdinand Uses the Potty are done by D.E. West who was a former production artist for Hallmark Cards. The colorful and entertaining illustrations are sure to provide the opportunity for laughter between parents and children as they face the obstacles that potty training may bring.

Reviewed by: Debbie Smart on (January 24, 2010)

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