Roundup: Potty Training Children's Books

Roundup: Potty Training Children's Books

Alejandra Valera
Mar 9, 2009

At our house, our son's favorite was Alona Frankel's Once Upon a Potty -- a simple and fun little book about a boy named Joshua and his first attempts at using his potty. Whether or not it was actually successful in helping our son master potty training is debatable. Certainly, it was a nifty little impetus that helped our cause.

There are so many books out there which can introduce potty training in an easy and approachable way. Here are some of our favorites...

Once Upon a Potty by Alona Frankel. Available in boy and girl editions.

Everyone Poops by Taro Gomi.

Too Big for Diapers by Random House.

Lift the Lid, Use the Potty by Annie Ingle.

Which ones are we missing? What potty training books for kids do you recommend?

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