Item description for Going to the Potty (First Experiences) by Fred Rogers...
Overview Parent and child may read together about the way children develop in the experience of eliminating waste products from their body and about the positive aspects of using the toilet.
Publishers Description There's so much to learn about growing up And learning to use the potty may not be an easy task at first, but it's one of the ways for children -- and their parents -- to realize just how much they're growing and learning. Fred Rogers explains the process of toilet training with his usual gentle warmth.
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Studio: Putnam Juvenile
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.56" Width: 7.08" Height: 0.1" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Sep 22, 1997
Publisher Putnam Juvenile
ISBN 0698115759 ISBN13 9780698115750 UPC 630415005996
Availability 8 units. Availability accurate as of May 23, 2017 02:39.
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More About Fred Rogers
Producer, magician, writer, puppeteer, minister, husband, father, Fred Rogers started out in children's television thirty years ago. The direction he trailblazed was the -creation of television programming that spoke, with respect, to the concerns of early childhood, not as adults see it but as children feel it.-
He has received virtually every major award in the television industry for work in his field, and dozens of others from special-interest groups.
Fred Rogers lives in Pennsylvania.
Fred Rogers lived in Pittsburgh, in the state of Pennsylvania. Fred Rogers was born in 1928 and died in 2003.
Fred Rogers has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Going to the Potty (First Experiences)?
Worked for me Oct 20, 2007
I loved this book (and Mr. Rogers, rest his soul). We read it in the bathroom and it made potty training easy. If you want to figure out if your child is ready, by all means go read up on it wherever. If you are just ready to spend the time and do it, this is a good book for your child. I'd also recommend some / any Mr. Rogers tapes. The show was much more thoughtful / less busy than Sesame Street, something we'd watch together.
my son won't read May 13, 2007
As much as I love Mr. Rogers, for some reason my son will not let me read this to him. Maybe it is the real-life pictures instead of art work, I don't know. I think it seems good, but maybe for older than 2-years-old.
Our son loves this book. May 3, 2007
He has memorized parts of it and now is very interested in using the potty, including narrating his efforts! I think it's straightforward approach and wonderful photographs are perfect for this age group.
Timeless Apr 19, 2006
Years later, still the best book out there. My daughter asks me to read it to her every night, and has started sitting on the potty, as she says, "like kids in book."
Multi-cultural Dec 1, 2005
Wow! I'm so relieved to find a potty-training book with photos of boys AND girls, black & white & Asian. And no constraints about what you call voiding in the pot: that's left up to the parents. Great book for starting discussion about a new venture for toddlers.