When I had an opportunity to review Ferdinand uses the Potty, I was delighted. I think this is just the right book for my grandson to get introduced to potty training.
An Empowering Toilet Training Tale
My grandson, Slugger, is my second grandchild. He’s 17 months old and tries to keep up with his older sister, ‘Lil Moomette who is 3.
As with any second child, Slugger inherited quite a few of his sister’s toys and books, which he enjoys – most of the time.
Most of my readers know I have two grown daughters, and of course, ‘Lil Moomette. Helping to potty train Slugger will send me into unexplored territory – I don’t have the faintest idea how to potty train a boy.
Fortunately, a short interview with the author, Jay Tucker, explains why this book is a must-have for parents (and grandparents alike!):
Our journey with our son inspired me to write a potty training book called, “Ferdinand Uses the Potty.” The story is about a young frog named Ferdinand who wakes up one morning in a wet bed. He has no idea what caused it, but fortunately, he has a supportive friend who has been there before to offer him encouragement and advice. “Ferdinand Uses the Potty,” is written in rhyme so that children and adults will enjoy one of life’s earliest lessons. The book is illustrated by award winning artist, D.E. West.
The book, part of the Growing With Love Series, is colorful and beautifully illustrated.
Other books from the series include:
- Billy Had to Move
- The “O, My” in Tonsillectomy & Adenoidectomy – How to Prepare Your Child for Surgery
Put this delightful, humorous book on your list of “must reads” or as a gift for any mom-to-be, daughter, daughter-in-law, daycare provider, homeschooling mom or friend who will be going through the challenge of potty training in the future!
Publisher: Loving Healing Press
Author: Jay Tucker
For More Information Visit: Ferdinand the Frog
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