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by Maxie Chambliss,Joanna Cole
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Maxie Chambliss,Joanna Cole
  • ISBN:
    0688170412
  • ISBN13:
    978-0688170417
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  • Publisher:
    HarperCollins; 1 edition (December 28, 2004)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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  • FB2 format
    1432 kb
  • ePUB format
    1205 kb
  • DJVU format
    1435 kb
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    235
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Written by Joanna Cole and illustrated by Maxie Chambliss. What's This Book About. Ashley learns to pee and poop in her potty and makes the transition from diapers to big-girl pants. Includes tips for successful potty teaching

Written by Joanna Cole and illustrated by Maxie Chambliss. Published by HarperCollins. Includes tips for successful potty teaching. What Kind of Book is My Big Girl Potty. growing up. potty training. Book Lists That Include My Big Girl Potty. Book Lists parenting. Perfect Children's Books About Parenting. Book Lists growing up. Children's Books About Growing Up. Book Lists potty training. Phenonmenal Children's Books About Potty Training.

With warmth and sensitivity, Joanna Cole and Maxie Chambliss guide young girls though the challenges and rewards . Maxie Chambliss has illustrated several of Joanna Cole's books, including My Big Girl Potty, My Big Boy Potty, I'm a Big Sister, and I'm a Big Brother.

With warmth and sensitivity, Joanna Cole and Maxie Chambliss guide young girls though the challenges and rewards potty training-from the first steps to the joy of graduating to big girl underpants! A helpful "Note to parents" is included. Author Bio. ▼▲. Joanna Cole is the author of the popular Magic School Bus series, I'm a Big Brother, I'm a Big Sister, and many other award-winning books.

My Big Girl Potty book. Potty training can be fun. With warmth and sensitivity, Joanna Cole and Maxie Chambliss guide young girls though the challenges and rewards potty training-from the first steps to the joy of graduating to big girl underpants! A helpful "Note to parents" is included.

Maxie Chambliss has illustrated several of Joanna Cole's books, including My Big Girl Potty, My Big Boy .

Maxie Chambliss has illustrated several of Joanna Cole's books, including My Big Girl Potty, My Big Boy Potty, I'm a Big Sister, and I'm a Big Brother. "- School Library Journal"" This book is very reassuring, leaving the impression that little Michael or Ashley (or any child) will be able to succeed at potty training.

What a big girl you are! Potty training can be fun. With warmth and sensitivity, Joanna Cole and Maxie Chambliss guide young girls though the challenges and rewards potty training-from the first steps to the joy of graduating to big girl underpants! A helpful Note to parents is included. HarperCollins INC International Concepts.

ISBN 13: 9780060854102. Like Alyssa Satin Capucilli's The Potty Book for Boys and The Potty Book for Girls (both Barron's, 2000), their texts are identical, except for the gender references. Michael is a boy just your ag. "Ashley is a girl just your ag.

What a big girl you are!" Potty training can be fun. With warmth and sensitivity, Joanna Cole and Maxie Chambliss guide young girls though the challenges and rewards potty training-from the first steps to the joy of graduating to big girl underpants! A helpful "Note to parents".

illustrated by Maxie Chambliss.

"What a big girl you are!"

Potty training can be fun. With warmth and sensitivity, Joanna Cole and Maxie Chambliss guide young girls though the challenges and rewards potty training—from the first steps to the joy of graduating to big girl underpants! A helpful "Note to parents" is included.


Xtreem
My 28 month old loves this book. We have many potty books: Potty by Leslie Patricelli, which we also love, a princess potty book, which is just okay, Big Girls Use The Potty!, which is great for pictures, and Joanna Cole's My Big Girl Potty. I'd say that Potty by Leslie Patricelli was good as a start, to introduce how to use the potty, but the biggest motivator was My Big Girl Potty by Joanna Cole. My daughter says she wants to use the potty like Ashley and does really well during the day if we read this book morning and night. If she has an accident during the day, I'll also read it during nap time. It serves as a good reminder that she can do it just like Ashley. At first I wasn't thrilled that my daughter wants to be like another little girl ("be like this girl!"); I was worried about what message that was sending. However, my daughter loves the book and using the potty like Ashley has been a huge motivator for her. Because of the success we've had with this book, I'd recommend it to any parent of a little girl. (I think there's a boy version, too)
Lli
I like that this book goes through all the steps of potty training that I wanted my daughter to learn very clearly, including washing hands, using diapers at night, not getting underwear wet, not just playing with the potty and putting it on your head like other books show (why would I want her to think thats funny??) and doesn't show that accidents are okay and no problem. When she has an accident, the dad says ' "Don't worry, all children have accidents. Next time you'll remember to go to the potty" and do you know what? She did!' which I like - it doesn't "oh, its okay!" making it seem totally fine to pee on the floor. Lots of potty training books say "it's okay", and thats not the message I want to convey. The focus is on Ashley learning herself with encouragement and feeling proud of herself for learning.
Gerceytone
This arrived in a timely manner and in great condition. The book is great for young girls learning to use the potty. My daughter really liked pointing out similarities between herself and the main character. The pictures were cute and the scenarios in the book where very appropriate. The pictures were detailed as well.
Altad
This book does a nice job of illustrating and explaining to kids the very first steps in using a potty - offering encouraging words about sitting on the potty and reassuring comments from the "Mommy" and "Daddy." There are several pages that talk about trying, but not succeeding, in using the potty, and reassuring kids that this is OK - I don't know, but the concept of being anxious about not getting any pee in the potty when trying seemed lost on my kids. For parents it might be frustrating, but my 28-month-old twins have never seemed to be conflicted or stressed when they have tried to use the potty and nothing came out. This book does not really stress the pride and excitement of leaving diapers behind all-together - something that I was really looking for to help my kids WANT to take the final steps in potty training. I will have to purchase additional books to get that message across, and wouldn't recommend this book if your kids are already somewhat familiar with sitting on the potty and trying to go to the bathroom.
Mariwyn
gave great info that helped my almost 3 year old in 3 ways:
1) got her excited about the potty again
2) let her know it's ok if sometimes you sit down but you can't go
3) gave simple details about the overall process of learning to use the potty and wearing underwear

also calm my nerves about potty training because it showed how kids might respond.
Clever
We read this book several times before I began potty training my daughter, but I had to adapt the book.

If you plan on potty training and not going back to diapers or pull-ups, this book does not line up to your technique. In the book the character, Ashley, gets her potty, tries it out and then continues to wear diapers for most of her potty training.

With my daughter we threw out the diapers and just went with it, so in order to make the book line up with her training, I simply had to rewrite one a couple of the pages to make them go. All in all the book teaches important aspects of potty training and it was great to have a book to help prepare her for the change.
Faell
This is one of many books I bought about potty training. I have to say I like this book. Ashley is just adorable. Both parents are involved in the training process (I'm the one who did the training in our family but I like the fact that it says to kids that dads can do it too). I also like that it wasn't instant success for Ashley. She tries twice to sit on the potty with no sucess and does have an accident. When she finally gets the hang of pottying, as a reward, she goes out with her parents and gets to pick out her own big girl underwear. I think this helped my daughter because I told her if potty training went well, I would buy her special underwear too, and not just any underwear--DORA underwear. I think that was a huge incentive for her and this book planted the seed.

This is not my daughter's favorite book, but she likes listening to it and I like reading it. I recommend it to any young trainee and their parents.
This book starts from the beginning with the parents just buying the potty, then sitting on it with your clothes on, discusses diapers, and then moves into the potty time. This book is awesome! It doesn't just jump into sitting and going. I would highly recommend this book!