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!^READ N0W# Potty

(Leslie Patricelli

board books) READ

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PreS—Both books feature the same smiling, bald baby. In the first book, the toddler has to 'go

potty.' Intimidated, the child investigates the cat's and dog's solutions. Several sound effects and

wiggles later, the youngster gives the potty a shot with eventual success and accolades. In Tubby,

muddy footprints and an obviously dirty child let readers know that it is bath time. The excited

youngster has a grand time playing with bubbles and toys. These appealing books feature simple

text, bright acrylic illustrations, and everyday situations that are certain to engage the very

young.—Laura Butler, Mount Laurel Library, NJ (c) Copyright 2011.  Library Journals LLC, a

wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted. Read more There's an

abundance of sly humor in Patricelli's comfortably rounded, bold-hued acrylic illustrations-she

outdoes herself with a multi-panel spread including the protagonist sitting, naked, on the tiny toilet

perusing a potty-training manual. Add to this the books' brief, child-friendly texts, and Tubby and

Potty join the elite club of board books that toddlers will want to hear over and over again-and

parents won't mind—The Horn BookA cheerful declaration of independence, this refreshing

treatment allows toddlers to imagine a successful future. Parents will know it's not that easy, but

they will enjoy the humor that accompanies this heaping helping of positive

reinforcement.—Kirkus ReviewsMinimalist compositions, thickly and shaggily outlined against

bright, monochromatic backgrounds, should convince tykes of either gender that the bathroom is a

kingdom they'll want to rule—Bulletin of the Center for Children's BooksThese appealing books

feature simple text, bright acrylic illustrations, and everyday situations that are certain to engage

the very young.—School Library Journal Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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