Parenting Press Mommy, I Have to Go Potty: A Parents Guide to Toilet Traning

One of Parenting Press most popular books, this reassuring guide to an important toddler/preschooler developmental period has been updated and expanded by Helen F. Neville, a longtime pediatric advice nurse and parent educator. Working with... Jan Faull s original book, since 1996 a favorite for its practicality and real-life anecdotes, Neville explains how a child s temperament affects toilet training and she has added new chapters on: Toilet training the special needs child How parents and child care providers can work together during toilet training Explaining the early toilet training used in other cultures This book remains a common-sense guide to determining if a child is ready for toilet training and introduces a step-by-step process that really works. Parents most common questions are answered and there s straightforward information on night training, bedwetting, constipation, bowel retention and soiling. Book Details: Format: Paperback Publication Date: 4/1/2009 Pages: 176 Author: Jan Faull Publisher: Parenting Press Dimensions: 8.5in length x 5.62in width x 0.42in height Weight: 7.2oz. Read More

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With the help of a friendly lion, a young sexual abuse victim is able to talkabout sexual abuse and recover self-esteem. Gentle an...d positive approach to reassure children. Book Details:Format: Paperback Publication Date: 3/1/1987 Pages: 32 Reading Level: Age 3 and Up Author: Patricia Kehoe Publisher: Parenting Press Dimensions: 5.51in length x 0.19in width x 8.66in height Weight: 1.6oz. Read More

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Recommended by members of Parents Anonymous, and available in both Spanish and English, this book helps children understand what t...o do when asked to keep a secret. Some secrets are fun and should be kept secret, author Johnsen explains. But if you feel hurt or confused when youre told something is a secret, you need to tell a grownup. Uses examples of secrets that will be familiar to children. Book Details:Format: Paperback Publication Date: 3/1/1986 Pages: 32 Reading Level: Age 3 and Up Author: Karen Johnson Publisher: Parenting Press Dimensions: 5.51in length x 0.23in width x 8.5in height Weight: 1.6oz. Read More

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Book Details:Format: Board Book Publication Date: 11/28/2004 Pages: 18 Reading Level: Age 3 and Up Author: Janan Cain Publisher: P...arenting Press Dimensions: 10.32in length x 9.19in width x 0.41in height Weight: 15.19oz. Author: Janan Cain Publisher: Parenting Press Dimensions: 8.01in length x 6.79in width x 0.54in height Weight: 10.56oz. Read More

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How can kids understand and cope when their parents fight? Based on a true story, this 32-page book shows a child seeking, and fin...ally obtaining, help in a domestic violence situation. Written so that it can be used with both the very young, and the school-age child, Something Is Wrong at My House provides brief text with illustrations on one page of each two-page spread, and more detailed information on the facing page. Ideal for use by school nurses, counselors, social workers and teachers, and by therapists, and the staff in shelters. The first edition of Something Is Wrong at My House is available in English with library binding, and in Spanish. Book Details:Format: Paperback Publication Date: 3/15/2010 Pages: 40 Reading Level: Age 6 and Up Author: Diane Davis Publisher: Parenting Press Dimensions: 8.09in length x 5.2in width x 0.3in height Weight: 1.6oz. Read More

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Can your children tell the difference between telling and tattling? Do they understand when its not only okay---but important--tha...t they tell an adult whats happening? This easy-to-read book describes several situations and asks kids to determine whether the characters are just snitching on each other or if they really need adult help. It also alerts parents and caregivers so that they learn to pay attention to kids requests. Telling Isnt Tattling encourages kids to think about how they might handle both minor irritations and potentially dangerous situations. The book includes a place where kids can write the names and telephone numbers of people who can provide help. Book Details: Format: Paperback Publication Date: 4/1/1995 Pages: 32 Reading Level: Age 3 and Up Author: Kathryn M. Hammerseng Publisher: Parenting Press Dimensions: 7.99in length x 5.5in width x 0.1in height Weight: 1.91oz. Read More

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