An illustrated story to help kids ages 1 to 3 use the potty with confidence
Provide your toddler the gentle support and encouragement they need during potty training. Let's Go to the Potty is an engaging, story-driven guide for toddlers who are ready to break free of the diaper. Playful pictures give toddlers visual clues as to what their progress will look like, and a short, rhyming potty song teaches toddlers to communicate their needs.
Let's Go to the Potty includes:
- Age-appropriate content—Get toddlers interested in potty training with easy-to-understand, child-friendly language and images.
- On-the-job potty training—Your little one can enjoy this book while on the potty, helping them develop positive feelings about the potty and reinforce their learning.
- Support for all toddlers—An inclusive, gender-neutral approach makes it easy for any toddler to see themselves in the story.
Watch diapers fall by the wayside thanks to this engaging potty training book for toddlers.
About the Author
ALLISON JANDU is a professional consultant and thrives on helping children obtain newfound pride and independence by learning to use the potty and leave the diapers behind.
“Let's Go to the Potty is the perfect how-to guide for little ones embarking on their potty-training journey! Simple, encouraging instructions (and a helpful song) arm kiddos with everything they need to know, without any confusing, unnecessary extras.” —Lauren Gehringer, Author of From Chewing to Pooing: Food's Journey Through Your Body to the Potty
“Finally, a potty book that addresses urge! Let’s Go to the Potty is one of the few potty books that explains to kids the need to listen to their body to know when to go. This book is sweet, yet complete. Allison does a great job describing the process from being on a diaper to understanding accidents are OK, and celebrating success. Look no more, start your potty training journey here.” —Shelly Rosenthal Kleiman, PT, Pediatric Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist
“As a dad of three, including twins, I've had my fair share of potty training experiences... and accidents. It can be frustrating for both sides. Allison Jandu uses supportive, comforting, and easily understood language so that toddlers can have the best potty training experience possible. It would have come in handy when my kids were learning, and saved me on cleaning spray, too! It's a must-read for young ones, and a parent's best friend during that period of life.” —Andrew Shaw, Creator of Instafather and Author of The Guys' Guide to Being a Birth Partner