Item description for Caillou: Potty Time (Hand in Hand series) by Joceline Sanschagrin...
In this series, Caillou gives a helping hand to children in navigating their way successfully through various key developmental experiences of childhood. Mommy has a surprise for Caillou: a potty! No more diapersCaillou is a big boy now. Caillou learns to ask for the potty when he needs it. Toilet training is an important step in child development. Adults are in a hurry, whereas toddlers have lots of time, and it is essential to respect their own internal rhythm. All-time bestseller back in a new presentation! Great, effective educational stories totally redesigned with new illustrations and in a new format! Over 64 000 copies sold in Canada!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.9" Width: 6.4" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Chouette Publishing
ISBN 2894503679 ISBN13 9782894503676
Availability 0 units.
More About Joceline Sanschagrin
Joceline Sanschagrin is the bestselling author of Caillou: Potty Time, and other titles such as Caillou Helps Mommy. Eric Sevigny is a graphic artist and the illustrator of numerous Caillou titles, including Caillou: Every Drop Counts, Caillou: Happy Holidays, and Caillou: The Magic of Compost. They both live in Montreal, Quebec.
Reviews - What do customers think about Caillou: Potty Time (Hand in Hand series)?
Sturdy pages! Short story. Jul 27, 2008
We love this book for our 2 year old, who loves Caillou. The illustrations are a bit different from the PBS series, but still recognizable.
The story is very short and some of the conversation seems awkward. But still gets the point across.
Nice book for Caillou fan Apr 10, 2008
This is a nice book for a kid who likes the Caillou cartoon. The drawings are a bit different from the cartoon but still recognizable as the Caillou characters from the show.
It's Caillou, but different Feb 13, 2008
It took some discussion to get my daughter to understand that this is the same Caillou that she's familiar with from PBS. Caillou and his family are computer generated in this book and thus they all look drastically different than what she is used to.
That being said, she loves the book. She wants to read it on or off the potty. We improvise a bit with the wording because he "has to go" but no one says what he "has to go", but she likes that part too.
The book is designed to keep in the bathroom with pages that are durable and easily cleaned.
It's just ok... Feb 7, 2008
The only real complaint that I have is that Caillou's mommy and daddy don't look at all like they do in the show. My son is only 2 and I don't think he even recognizes them. The story in the book is good, it's just that the illustrations are very poorly done. My son loves the newer paperback Caillou books much more and they are cheaper, so I would recommend getting one of those instead. I hope this helps.
Terrible Book Nov 24, 2007
My grandson loves aillou but this book places much emphasis on pleasing his parents instead of doing it for himself. Ugh. And the euphamistic language is insulting.