Training children to use the toilet is an activity that often proves challenging to many parents. Not every child embraces using the toilet without a fight.
With that in mind, any help to get through this trying period could prove invaluable. Here are five cute potty training books to help make your experience a bit easier!
Check Out These Cute Potty Training Books to Read With Your Little One!
Leslie Patricelli’s Potty is recommended for children between the ages of two and three years old. Potty is both hilarious and fun, following the inner dialog of an adorable baby as s/he decides to try to use the potty for the first time. The language used is also simple and easy to understand. Young readers will be able to grasp the moral of the story and take the right step in the potty-training direction!
2. P is for Potty
P is for Potty by Naomi Kleinerb, Random House, and Lena Cooper is a classic potty training book that is a great option for young children. It contains colorful cartoon characters that engage children throughout the story. Moreover, it’s the perfect potty training guide for children up to three years old.
3. The Potty Book for Girls
The Potty Book for Girls by Alyssa Satin Capucilli follows the story of little Hannah, whose mom and dad come home with a big surprise. It’s a potty! In this gentle, hilarious story, Hannah has to learn the importance of learning how to use the potty and ditch the diapers. The charming illustrations and sweet story will help your child to see that maybe it’s time for him/her to graduate from diapers just like Hannah!
4. Potty Train Your Dragon
Steve Herman’s Potty Train Your Dragon is adorable and fun for any child. Having a pet dragon is great, but what happens if he refuses to go to the bathroom? This story follows a little boy as he teaches his dragon how to use the potty. In this sweet tale, our child can learn how to use the potty along with the adorable dragon!
5. Where’s the Poop?
Where’s the Poop? by Julie Markes focuses on how to teach children where to poop without too much stress. The book is designed in an engaging way to help grab the attention of your child. The book follows various animals and their potty training endeavors. It’s a great choice for parents looking for a book that positively discusses the training process to help build a toddler’s self-confidence.