Item description for Too Big for Diapers (Sesame Street) by Random House & John E. Barrett...
Overview Now that Ernie is too big for diapers, he has to learn to use a potty.
Publishers Description The time has come that Baby Ernie is too big for diapers and he's ready to try out his brand-new potty. It may take a few tries, but soon Ernie realizes he can learn to use it all by himself
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Studio: Random House Books for Young Readers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.84" Width: 7.12" Height: 0.24" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Sep 26, 2000
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN 0375810455 ISBN13 9780375810459
Availability 62 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 21, 2017 06:52.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Too Big for Diapers (Sesame Street)?
Board Book Jun 7, 2008
Too Big for Diapers (Too Big Board Books)
Ok book but could be more detailed-my grandson has very good comprehension and seemed bored with the book very quickly.
good book Apr 5, 2008
This book has helped to get my son interested in potty training. It makes it easy to add your own words to personalize to your style of training.
Kid-approved Mar 25, 2008
My son loves this book! Every time he sits on the potty, he reads this book. We've adjusted the storyline a little to better fit his interests, but the familiar character helps make potty training enjoyable.
Bye-Bye Diapers Feb 18, 2008
My 2 yr old son loves this book . He will sit on the potty for a long time now . Before, he would only sit on the potty maybe 1 minute . Now he goes pee-pee in potty atleast twice a week . ( we started potty training mid-January .) When my son sits on the potty he says ''Ernie Book , Bye-Bye Diapers !''
Simplistic Jan 29, 2008
This short book is overly simplistic. I add more detail as I read. My just-turned three year old boys love the pictures, and this is the only "potty" book they ask me to read over and over.