Toileting/Toilet Training Children`s Books

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Toileting/Toilet Training Children`s Books
Toileting/Toilet Training
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Children’s Books
I Want My Potty
By Tony Ross
Published by: Random House(2000)
A picture book classic, I Want My Potty has
amused children and helped parents since
it was first published in 1986. This potty
training book is easy to read only a few
words per page, perfect for toddlers. The
sense of humor is exactly right for 2 and 3
year olds. Kids completely relate to the
Little Princess' ups and down while toilet
training.
(Description: Potty Training Stuff.com)
Call Number: 60.0370.01.01
Barcode: 811223
My Potty Book for Boys
Published by: Dorling Kindersley
(2001)
My son has had this book since he was 18
months and he loves it. Every time he sits
on his potty he has to have his 'potty book'
with him.
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Call Number: 60.0369.01.01
Barcode: 811221
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My Potty Book for Girls
Published by: Dorling Kindersley
(2001)
DK Publishing has just what you need to
introduce potty training to your little girl.
These step-by-step books demystify the
process, starting with the novice in diapers
and progressing to a successful child.
Photographs of real children help build
confidence, and there's just enough
silliness to capture any child's attention.
(Description: giggle.com)
Call Number: 60.0346.02.01
Barcode: 811222
Zoo Poo
By Richard Lyon Morgan
Published by: Red Fox (2004)
Come and visit the zoo and see how the
animals poo in the funniest places! 'How do
you doo-doo at the zoo? 'Kangaroos doodoo while on the hop . . . Elephants doodoo bigger than you. Plop! Rhinos doo-doo
as they charge on by . . . Toucans doo-doo
as they fly in the sky . . . But Charlie isn't
like any of these animals - he poos in the
loo!
(Description: Kids at Random House)
Call Number: 60.0459.01.01
Barcode: 818565
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The Story of Little Mole
Who Went in Search of
Whodunit
By Werner Holworth
Published by: Stewart, Talbori &
Chang (1993)
When Little Mole looks out of his hole one
morning PLOP !something lands on his
head. Whodunit? In this irreverent,
forthright mystery, Little Mole questions
each of his neighbors, trying to find out
whodunit on his head. In the end, with the
help of some flies, Little Mole gets his
revenge. Now a new generation of readers
will enjoy this one-of-a-kind, stinky, and
delightful story for the first time.
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Call Number: 60.0038.01.01
Barcode: 801964
The Potty Book for Girls
By Alyssa Satin Capucilli
Published by: Barron’s Educational
series (2000)
This gentle and humorous little story,
charmingly illustrated and told in verse,
gives little girls encouragement to graduate
from diapers to the potty.
(Description: Booktopia)
Call Number: 60.0500.01.01
Barcode: 818923
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Baby’s Potty
By Felicity Brooks
Published by: Usborne Publishing,
Limited (2006)
This latest escapade from the world of
Baby, Fido and Bunny sees them puzzling
over the mysteries of Baby's nappy and the
purpose of the potty - until Baby happily
demonstrates by sitting on it.
(Description: Booktopia)
Call Number: 60.0494.01.01
Barcode: 818655
Potty Time
By Parker K. Sawyer
Published by: Five Mile Press (2007)
Toddler Grover and his Sesame Street
friends are just beginning to learn about
potty training. This interactive board book
talks directly to readers and allows them to
"flush" a potty at the end. A perfect
introduction to the issue of toilet training
for toddlers and their parents and care
givers!
(Description: Barnes and Noble)
Call Number: 60.0498.01.01
Barcode: 818903
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Potty Time
By Bettina Paterson
Published by: Grossett & Dunlap
(1993)
It's potty time for a smiling group of multiethnic toddlers who learn that using the
potty means many good things--including
no more diapers--in a wonderful book about
growing up.
(Description: Carroll County Public Library)
Call Number: 60.0495.01.01
Barcode: 818908
I Have To Go!
By Robert Munsch
Published by: Annick Press (1987)
A wonderful, humorous way to present a
subject which is much talked about but
remains to be one of life's mysteries. How
does one go about potty training? Our
seven year old child with special needs
became potty trained after I purchased this
book (as recommended by a friend). We
were able to share the humor of the story
and relate it to our situation. It brings a
smile every time its read!!
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Call Number: 60.0496.01.01
Barcode: 818640
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Where’s the Poop?
By Julie Markes
Published by: Harper Collins (2004)
This engaging lift-the-flap book shows
children that all creatures have a place to
poop: tigers in the jungle, kangaroos in the
outback, and monkeys in the rain forest.
With the aid of this playful book, your child
will see that he or she has a place to poop,
too. While reinforcing the concept of toilet
training, Where's the Poop? Gives children
the confidence they need.
(Description: Barnes & Noble)
Call Number: 60.0497.01.02
Barcode: 818676
Its Potty Time
Published by: Smart Kids
Publishing (2005)
Toilet training is a natural step in a childs
development. With this book and a little bit
of understanding and patience, toilet
training will be easy and rewarding for both
parent and child. Includes a toilet flushing
sound chip, which brings giggles and
laughter to toddlers learning this essential
life skill.
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Call Number: 60.0499.01.01
Barcode: 818645
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Big Boys Use the Potty
Published by: Dorling Kindersley
Publishing (2005)
An inspirational book specially designed to
take the worry out of potty training for
parents and toddlers alike. It provides the
perfect introduction for young boys about
to embark on this new stage of their
development. In humorous, step-by-step
sequences, the toddlers show their teddies
how to use the potty correctly and with
pride.
In addition to the book, the pull-out chart
and star stickers are perfect for those
parents wishing to encourage their child to
use a potty and reward success.
(Description: Huggies Book Club)
Call Number: 60.0493.01.01
Barcode: 818670
Koko Bears New Potty
By Vicky Lansky
Published by: Book Peddlers (2002)
Package includes: KoKo Bear's New Potty
book, unisex KoKo Bear doll with Velcroclosing nappy, pull-up training pants, and a
bathroom backdrop for role-playing.
(Description: Book Peddlers)
Call Number: 62.0169.01.01
Barcode: 819525
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Sometimes
By Margie Arnold
Published by: Online Books (1987)
‘Sometimes’ is a children’s picture book
about a child who is too scared to go on a
school camp because she has a bedwetting
problem. With a little help from her teacher
she is able to overcome her fear and realise
she is not the only one who wets the bed.
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Call Number: C 649.62
Barcode: 808018
Reference
Books
Toilet Training A Practical
Guide to Daytime and
Nightime Training
By Vicki Lansky
Published by: Book Peddlers (2002)
Vicki Lansky's bible on toilet training offers
sound advice, time-tested wisdom from
experts and parents, and helpful resource
information. Parents will learn how to
recognize readiness, choose a potty seat,
dress their child for success, deal with an
uncooperative child, find products, handle
accidents, cope when traveling, and deal
with bed wetting.
(Description: Scribbly Gum Books)
Call Number: 649.62. LAN
Barcode: 818913
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One Step at a Time: Toilet
Training a Child with an
Intellectual Disability
Published by: Continence
Foundation of Australia (2000)
This brief guide is designed for parents and
carers. It looks at how to decide when a
child is ready to be toilet trained and
describes a program to follow to help with
daytime toilet training.
(Description: Parent Portal)
Call Number: 649.62 ONE
Barcode: 811253
Toilet Training in Less
Than a Day
By Nathan Azrin et al
Published by: Pocket Books (1974)
Even if your child is not yet ready for toilet
training, get this revolutionary book now
and discover pretraining techniques that
will help the child to learn quickly and
easily later on.
(Description: Back cover)
Call Number: 649.62 AZR
Barcode: 808152
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Assessing Appropriate
Toilet Training Approach
By Penny Kent
Published by: Minda Incorporated
(1992)
This manual was written to assist parents
to select a suitable method of toilet training
their child. The manual outlines various
approaches that are commonly used, and
draws attention to critical issues that
influence a decision on which approach to
use.
(Description: introduction from manual)
Call Number: 649.62 Ass
Barcode: 804449
The Potty Chronicles
By Annie Reiner
Published by: Magination Press
(1991)
Toilet training is a difficult task for any
child, yet it is easy for parents to overlook
how hard it really is for young children to
achieve the needed mental and emotional
as well as physical control. This delightful
book expresses children's natural fears,
letting them feel comfort and trust from
knowing their experience is understood.
Since the psychological issues of this
stressful time often live on even after the
physically demands have been resolved,
this book will appeal both to children in
training and those who have already been
trained.
(Description: Magination Press)
Call Number: 649.62 REI
Barcode: 802199
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How You Can Be Boss of
the Bladder
By Janet Hall
Published by: Boss of the Bladder
Program (1994)
As a clinical psychologist in private
practice, and mother of two children, Janet
realised the need for an informative book to
help dispel the myths surrounding wetting.
'How you can be boss of the bladder' is
designed to help both children and parents
gain some insight into the management and
eventual control of wetting.
(Description: girl.com.au)
Call Number: 618.92849 Hal
Barcode: 802756
Beating Sneaky Poo
Ideas for Faecal Soiling
By Terry Heins et al
Published by: Child and Adolescent
Unit, Mental Health Branch A.C.T.
Health Authority (1988)
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This leaflet aims to assist children who
have a problem with faecal soiling, and
their parents, teachers and health
professionals. The first part of the leaflet is
an illustrated children's story, intended for
children aged 5 to 10 for whom recurrent
soiling is a problem with the second part
attempting to answer some of the many
questions parents ask.
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Call Number: 649.62 HEI
Barcode: 819044
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Toilet Training Bedwetting
and Soiling
By Martin Herbert
Published by: Australian Council for
Educational Research (1997)
This guide is for use by those people who
work with parents and children, notably
community practitioners such as school
nurses, health visitors, social workers and
community medical officers who may be
asked by worried parents when, how and
even whether, to potty train their children
(Description: From book)
Call Number: 649.62 HER
Barcode: 809895
“Oops” A Common Sense
Approach to Toilet Training
a Child who has a‘Problem’
Published by: Linda Hoath (1992)
Guide to toilet training for children with
spina bifida - also applies to children with
other disabilities and those without any
disabilities.
(Description: CCS Information Service)
Call Number: 649.62 HOA
Barcode: 804457
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Are You Ready? :Toilet
Training Animation plus a
Parent/Carer Story
Published by: Intellectual Disability
Services Council: Minda
Incorporated (2004)
The 'Are You Ready?' toilet training
package is a joint initiative between
Disability SA and Minda Inc. The package
includes the popular animated video 'Tom's
Toilet Triumph', cue cards to display in the
bathroom, an 'Are You Ready?' booklet for
parents/carers, and an 'Are You Ready?'
live action video for parents/carers.
(Description: Disability SA)
Call Number: 649.62 ARE (DVD)
Barcode: 815591
Easy Toilet Training: the
beginners guide to being
boss of the bladder
By Janet Hall
Published by: Boss of the Bladder
program (1995)
A user friendly guide which outlines the
essential steps of toilet training including
timing, readiness and how to train the
toddler to independently toilet.
(Description: Parent Portal)
Call Number: 649.62 HAL
Barcode: 802753
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Stepping Stones to
Success: Learning to Use
the Toilet Independently
Published by: the Department of
Education, Queensland (1997)
A booklet for parents and teachers of
children with special needs, prepared by
occupational therapists from the
Department of Education, Queensland.
(Description: front cover of booklet)
Call Number: 649.62 DEP (1-5)
Barcode: 812182
Let’s Go! Ideas to enhance
personal care skills, such
as toileting and dressing
for children with cerebral
palsy in early childhood
programmes
Published by: the Cerebral Palsy
Association of Western Australia
(1996)
Call Number: 371.9 LET
Barcode: 802818
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Toilet Training Troubles:
an information package for
the support of successful
toileting
By Nicole Glynn et al
Published by: Participatory
Community Development Project
(2007)
Lack of success in toilet training is one of
the most difficult challenges for parents
and carers of individuals with special
needs. Repeated failure to achieve
independent toileting frequently leads to
the mistaken belief that it is simply not
possible because the individual has a
developmental disability. This information
package for the support of successful
toileting outlines the various 1. Services 2.
Helplines 3. Resources 4. Continence Aids
and Products 5. Funding Sources, 6
Support Groups 7. Libraries
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Spina Bifida and
Continence Video Package
Published by: Spina Bifida
Hydrocephalus Queensland, (2003)
VIDEO 1
Spina Bifida and Continence for Young
Adults
This video is a visual tool which can be
used either individually with a person with
spina bifida regarding their continence
management or
In a group setting to discuss continence
and medical management
VIDEO 2
Spina Bifida and Continence:
This video is a reference video for workers
and carers
Most adults with spina bifida face a number
of issues with the management of their
continence. This video will help parents,
carers and other professionals who work
with an adult with spina bifida to increase
their understanding of those issues. This
understanding will enable them to go on to
provide good support to help the person
deal effectively with their continence
management.
(Description: Parent Portal)
Call Number: 618.9283 SPI
Barcode: 812922
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Toilet Training for
Individuals with Autism or
other Developmental
Issues A comprehensive
guide for parents and
teachers
By Maria Wheeler
Published by: Future Horizons
(2007).
Individuals with autism are reportedly one
of the most difficult populations to toilet
train. This book offers effective strategies
that take the child’s sensibilities into
account instead of trying to force
traditional methods. Tips, case examples,
and cautions help make the process more
of a lesson and less of a battle for all
involved.
(Description: buyaustralian.com )
Call Number: 649.62
Barcode: 818660
Toilet Time: A Resource
Manual Toilet Training
for Children with a
Developmental Delay
Published by: Intellectual
Disabilities Service Council
(2004)
“Toilet time –A Resource Manual” is a
valuable resource for health
professionals, educators and libraries.
It contains text and resources to be
used when conducting workshops or
developing individual programs for
parents/carers who are toilet training
young children with developmental
delay.
(Description: Disability SA
Publications)
Call Number: 649.62 ATK
Barcode: 815594
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Kits
Literacy Kit- My Very
Own Potty-Boys
Published by: Harper Collins
(2008)
My Very Own Potty-Boys is a
combination literacy kit and toilet
training package put together by
library staff. Role play toys include:
imitation rubber poo, potty and life like
doll.
The kit also contains tools to aid
communication and motivation:
laminated boardmaker symbols,
reward chart, reader folder and board
book.
Call Number: 61
Barcode: 819439
Literacy Kit- My Very
Own Potty-Girls
Published by: Harper Collins
(2008)
My Very Own Potty-Girls is a
combination literacy kit and toilet
training package put together by
library staff. Role play toys include:
imitation rubber poo, potty and life like
doll.
The kit also contains tools to aid
communication and motivation:
laminated boardmaker symbols,
reward chart, reader folder and board
book.
Call Number: 61
Barcode: 819392
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