Are you having a hard time potty training your child? Or maybe you want a silly book for toddlers?

You’ve come to the right place!

Check out these adorable and hilariously adorable poop books for toddlers!

It’s Potty Time! 7 Poop Books for Toddlers

1. Very First Questions and Answers: What is Poop?

What is Poop?

Usborne’s What is Poop? is a charming lift-the-flap book that teaches children about bodily functions. Through comical illustrations and cute storytelling, What is Poop? will help educate your little one about poop!

2. How to Poop Everyday

How to Poop Everyday

How to Poop Everyday by Steve Herman is the perfect book for kids who are scared to poop or are having a hard time learning how to potty train. Through entertaining storytelling and adorable illustrations, this playful book will make frustrating potty training fun and easy!

3. Where’s the Poop?

Where's the Poop?

Julie Marks’ Where’s the Poop? helps to reinforce the lesson of potty training. Through engaging lift-the-flaps and fun stories, this book shows children that all creatures have a place to poop. This hilarious book teaches kids that they have a place to poop too! 

4. It Hurts When I Poop!

It Hurts When I Poop

It Hurts When I Poop! by Howard J. Bennet follows the imaginative story of Ryan, who is scared to use the potty because he’s worried it’s going to hurt to poop. So Ryan’s parents take him to see Dr. Gold. Dr. Gold tells Ryan a story about a coyote’s messy house as well as what happens inside the body when people eat. She explains how different foods can make pooping easy or hard. This is the perfect story for kids who are scared to use the potty too!

5. “Bloop, Bloop!” Goes the Poop!

Bloop Goes the Poop

“Bloop, Bloop!” Goes the Poop! By Temara Moore helps to show kids where to poop. This story follows a little boy who hears rumbling noises coming from his tummy. However, he doesn’t know what those noises are or where they are coming from. He has to make it to the potty in time! 

6. I Can’t, I Won’t, No Way!

A book for children who refuse to poop

Tracey J. Vessilo’s I Can’t, I Won’t, No Way! is a must-have for parents whose toddlers refuse to use the toilet. This can help both toddlers and parents navigate their way through some of the most challenging parts of potty training. 

7. Jurassic Poop: What Dinosaurs (and Others) Left Behind

Jurassic Poop

Jurassic Poop: What Dinosaurs (and Others) Left Behind by Jacob Berkowitz is full of amazing facts, stories, and activities. With this clever toddler book, kids can learn all about how poop gets preserved throughout time and how it can reveal about dinosaurs and other ancient animals. Take a journey through history and learn what poop can tell us about it!