With potty training around the corner for my little one, I have stocked up on potty training books to get him used to and interested in the idea. Here are my most recommended books to get your child interested (and excited!) to try out the potty
Potty by Leslie Patricelli
This board book is my son’s favorite, it’s the perfect size for his little hands, it’s a board book so it’s perfect for him to turn on his own, and the story is short and sweet, to the point. If you don’t go in your diaper you can go in your potty, sit and pee in your potty and you get undies. This is a great potty starter book. Leslie does a great job at targeting the 18 month old audience.
Potty Book for Girls and Potty book for boys by Alyssa Satin Capucili
This is a cute story, it’s not instructional and it doesn’t give the basics of potty training, but it does show that the potty and toilet are not scary things. It rhyme and it’s a catchy story.
P is for Potty! By Random House
This is a lift the flap board book and it actually has the perfect mixture of fun and learning. If you have fan of sesame street, this is the way to go.
Sesame Street: Potty Time with Elmo by Editors of Publications International
This isn’t my favorite book in the world, the story isn’t all that great, however, if you have a toddler that likes pushing buttons, he will definitely find this book entertaining
Where’s the poop? By Julie Markes
This is another flip the flap book that my son finds interesting, if you are looking for something different from the usual pee books. This would be it, the story is ok. You go and find each of the animal’s poop throughout the story. It’s not very instructional but if you want to overcome the fear of pooping in the potty, this book will help with that.
Do you have any potty books that you want to recommend to the readers? Email me and I will add your suggestion to my post!