As toddlerhood approaches, parent’s thoughts inevitably turn to potty training. Whilst it is an essential and exciting milestone, most of us approach it with dread and it can be a difficult period. We are over-loaded with helpful advice – from the best age to potty train, to techniques for potty training in three days – it can be overwhelming.
Potty training books for toddlers can really help to cut through it all and build children’s enthusiasm about leaving nappies behind and learning how to use the potty. There are some great books out there with sound buttons, lift-the flap mechanisms, stickers and reward charts and lots of positive reinforcement.
Whether you are looking for potty training books for boys, girls or one for all toddlers, there is plenty of choice out there.
We have put together our list of the best potty-training books out there, some you may know already like Bing’s guide to potty training and Pirate Pete’s Potty with its “cheer” button, and others you may not. Like all the best toddler books, these are all humorous and sturdy (important for reading on the pot!), with great illustrations.
You’ve got this!