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by Dorothy Stott,Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Free eBook Potty Book for Girls, The (Hannah  Henry Series) download ISBN: 0764152319
Author: Dorothy Stott,Alyssa Satin Capucilli
Publisher: B.E.S. Publishing; English Language edition (May 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 32
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Size MP3: 1718 mb
Size FLAC: 1599 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Many potty training books explain that accidents will happen and unfortunately for us, my daughter became focused on this . The Potty Book for Girls is a cute book that tells the story of Hannah, a little girl and her teddy bear, Teddy.

Many potty training books explain that accidents will happen and unfortunately for us, my daughter became focused on this idea over the course of a few weeks. With that small anecdotal story as a warning, I would recommend this book. Hannah describes how she gets ready in the morning, which includes getting her diaper changed, but she starts to wonder if she should use the potty instead. The story continues on to describe her learning about the potty, with the occasional and expected accident and is told in a sing-song rhyming manner by Hannah herself.

Every little girl's graduation from nappies to the potty is always a very important moment-and one to make both parents and toddlers proud! In The Potty Book, Hannah needs to have her nappy changed so she can go out and play. Then mum and dad bring home a big box, and Hannah is anxious to open it up and see what's inside. Is it a rocking chair? A bed for Teddy? No, it's a potty-which means that it's time for Hannah to graduate from her nappies. This gentle and humorous little story is charmingly illustrated and told in verse. Little girls will enjoy looking at the pictures.

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The Potty Book: For Boys. Alyssa Satin Capucilli. The only differences are the names, Henry/Hannah; the addition or subtraction of a ponytail on the child's head; and the colors used-blue or pink, of course. A cutesy, rhymed text in the child's voice tells toddlers how Henry/Hannah receives his/her very own potty "to use when I am ready. Then the narrator goes on to relate how he/she sits on it, has success, and is rewarded with new underwear, not to mention the praise and applause of Mommy and Daddy. This is virtually the same plot as any other potty-training book aimed at this audience and their parents.

Alyssa Satin Capucilli was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1957. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, and pursued her interest in dance, becoming a professional dancer and dance instructor.

Oct 29, 2018 Ashlynn Green rated it it was amazing. This is one of the best potty training books for kids to read on the potty. Alyssa Satin Capucilli was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1957. Though Capucilli had written stories, poems, and even puppet shows as a child, she didn't consider a career as a writer until after her own two children were born. To this day she sees herself as both a Alyssa Satin Capucilli was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1957.

Potty Book for Girls Hardcover – 26 January 2007. by Alyssa Satin Capucilli (Author), Dorothy Stott (Author). My daughter actually loved this Potty Training book and we kept it in her book rotation to help her master the complexities of using the bathroom

Potty Book for Girls Hardcover – 26 January 2007. My daughter actually loved this Potty Training book and we kept it in her book rotation to help her master the complexities of using the bathroom. The narrative is light and whimsical and it focuses on a low pressure approach to getting rid of the diapers and pull ups and graduating to underwear. Once my daughter graduated to underwear during the daytime, we moved the Potty Book into the bathroom and we would read it to her while she did her business.

Both the picture book and the DVD tell little HannahÂ’s story. SheÂ’s graduating from diapers and learning to use the potty!

Alyssa Satin Capucilli is the author of the popular books about the little yellow puppy named Biscuit. I think The Potty Book for Girls fits more in the INSTRUCTIONAL category for the following reasons: 1) It identifies the purpose of the potty

Alyssa Satin Capucilli is the author of the popular books about the little yellow puppy named Biscuit. She lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. I think The Potty Book for Girls fits more in the INSTRUCTIONAL category for the following reasons: 1) It identifies the purpose of the potty. 2) It specifies bodily functions such as "poop" and "pee. 3) Shows the transition from diapers to big kid underwear. 4) Includes the hand washing step. For other potty books that are instructional, check out What to Expect When You Use the Potty by Heidi Murkoff, You Can Go to the Potty by Martha Sears, or My Big Girl Potty by Joanna Cole.

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The Potty Book for Girls is a cute book that tells the story of Hannah, a little girl and her teddy bear, Teddy. Hannah describes how she gets ready in the morning, which includes getting her diaper changed, but she starts to wonder if she should use the potty instead

The Potty Book for Girls is a cute book that tells the story of Hannah, a little girl and her teddy bear, Teddy.

Every little girl's graduation from diapers to the potty is always a very important moment--and one to make both parents and toddlers proud! In The Potty Book, Hannah needs to have her diapers changed so she can go out and play. Then mom and dad bring home a big box, and Hannah is anxious to open it up and see what's inside. Is it a rocking chair? A bed for Teddy? No, it's a potty--which means that it's time for Hannah to graduate from her diapers. This gentle and humorous little story is charmingly illustrated and told in verse. Little girls will enjoy looking at the pictures and having the story read to them. Meanwhile, they'll start getting the idea that it's time for them to grow up, exactly like Hannah. So that at last, they'll be able to say--"I'm off the potty!"
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Niwield
My daughter actually loved this Potty Training book and we kept it in her book rotation to help her master the complexities of using the bathroom. The narrative is light and whimsical and it focuses on a low pressure approach to getting rid of the diapers and pull ups and graduating to underwear.

Once my daughter graduated to underwear during the daytime, we moved the Potty Book into the bathroom and we would read it to her while she did her business. Then something happened that got this book (and all other potty books) pulled from the rotation and sent to Goodwill. There is a section in the book where the main character has an accident and the parents insist calmly that its OK. Seemed harmless.

For whatever reason, my daughter repeated this part of the book to me one day while we were in the bathroom. Later that day, she had an accident in her underwear for the first time in months. I didn't think too much about it until that night, when she refused to use the potty before bed because she could just pee in her pull-up and it would be OK. The similarity of her statement to the Potty Book struck me as I explained to my daughter that the pull up was "just-in-case" and that she should always try to use the potty if she feels the urge. For several nights in a row, my daughter fought using the potty saying that she could use her night time pullup. A few days later, my wife called me at work to say that my daughter deliberately peed her pants and that afterwards, she explained to my wife that it was OK. I asked whether she had read the Potty Book to her that day; she had. After our third "accident" followed by my daughter's insistence that it was OK, I decided that coincidence or not, the Potty Book for Girls was fired.

In hindsight, although my daughter quoted it during her accidents, this specific book is not really to blame, but rather our continued use of it well after my daughter was potty trained. My daughter's regression was influenced by a sentiment found in many potty training books; it's OK if you have an accident and try next time. I would offer that once my daughter had started to ask for the potty on her own without any prompting, we should have removed ALL potty training books from her collection to eliminate the potential of giving her a mixed message. Many potty training books explain that accidents will happen and unfortunately for us, my daughter became focused on this idea over the course of a few weeks.

With that small anecdotal story as a warning, I would recommend this book.
JoJosho
My toddler girl loves this book. She is showing more interest in using the potty.
Ferri - My name
Over a year ago, our boy/girl twins started showing some interest in the potty so we bought them some potties to get started. We didn't have much success and I discovered that books can be beneficial so I searched on here. There are so many books on the market for potty training and it was hard to decide but I saw this one and wanted to get it because the author also wrote the Biscuit books, which my kids love. We ended up purchasing five books total, including this one for our daughter and The Potty Book: For Boys for our son.

The Potty Book for Girls is a cute book that tells the story of Hannah, a little girl and her teddy bear, Teddy. Hannah describes how she gets ready in the morning, which includes getting her diaper changed, but she starts to wonder if she should use the potty instead. The story continues on to describe her learning about the potty, with the occasional and expected accident and is told in a sing-song rhyming manner by Hannah herself. The book is 32 pages long and is printed on thick, glossy paper. It's a hardcover book with cute, colorful pictures and measures 6 1/2 inches by 6 1/2 inches.

Out of the five books we purchased, I'd say this one and The Potty Book for Boys were the two books my twins asked for the most. The books are cute but I had a few issues with them. As a former English major, I noticed a couple spots where there was poor grammar, in particular towards the end when Hannah says "like me and Teddy do." Perhaps it's just me and that won't bother most people but that bugged me a bit. There is a point where Hannah says she can "run and jump and play" right after her first time going potty. Correct me if I'm wrong but I know my kids did those things when they were in diapers. Again, maybe I'm being too picky but those two things bothered me a little.

Overall, I'm glad I found a book my daughter could enjoy while she was learning how to go on the potty. I gave this book four stars because even though I think it helped a little bit, my daughter hardly used it after a few months. My kids started potty training a little later so, by the time they started using the potty, they weren't interested in this book. Still, it was my daughter's favorite out of the several we bought and I think it helped a little bit. It's cute, has fun pictures and it gives the basics about potty training. If you are looking for a potty training book for your little girl, my daughter asked for this one more than the others and I feel it's decent but we never found one that we loved.
Mbon
I bought this book for my two year old but it is really more for an older child (it talks about the kid dressing themselves and getting up to use the potty by themselves in the morning). The biggest issue is that the pages are regular paper rather than the thick pages used for toddlers. My daughter was bending the pages within a few seconds of seeing the book. This would be nice for a 3 or 4 year old, I can't really claim its a bad product, I just wish I had known it wasn't for younger kids.
Jesmi
This book (along with a potty training baby doll) really helped my 23 month old understand the concept of peeing in the potty. If you're little one is showing awareness of their pee/poop but isn't making the connection to the potty, I highly recommend this book along with a baby doll that pees real water and some little YouTube videos. Easy peasy.
BORZOTA
This is by far the absolute best potty book we have purchased for our daughter, and we've purchased almost every potty book on Amazon. She likes this one best. This book was published in 2000, before "A Potty For Me" by Karen Katz, which was published in 2005. It seems as though Karen Katz copied almost everything from this book, but this book is much better in my opinion. I feel bad for the author, that her work was ripped off by another author!
Xaluenk
Love a good potty book, but this just seems to have a lot of unnecessary fillers like wondering what is in the box her mom has, hypothesizing what it could be, calling grandma, etc. It could use more pages where she is sitting on the potty or more simple pages of the steps to go potty. Since it is lengthy it may be more suitable for an older toddler 2+ who is potty training. My recently 18m old prefers Potty by Leslie patricelli - it is more concise and simpler illustrations.