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Big boys use the potty / Pinnington, Andrea -- New York: Dorling Kindersley Ltd, 2005.
Take the worry out of toilet training with this engaging book, specially designed to motivate boys to get excited about using the potty.
FAM HQ 770.5 .P51 2005
Big girls use the potty / Pinnington, Andrea -- New York: Dorling Kindersley Ltd, 2005.
Take the worry out of toilet training with this engaging book, specially designed to motivate girls to get excited about using the potty.
FAM HQ 770.5 .P5 2005
Devinir propre: petits et grands tracas / Bernard-Bonnin, Anne-Claude. -- Montreal: Éditions du CHU Sainte-Justine, 2010.
Les enfants sont généralement prêts à devenir propres entre l'âge de 2 et de 4 ans. Mais comment commencer l'apprentissage? Quelles en sont les principales étapes? L'auteure répond à ces questions dans un petit livre destiné aux parents.
FAM HQ 770.5 B47 2010
Everyone poops / Gomi, Taro -- Brooklyn, NY: Kane/Miller, 1993.
The book explains how animals and people of all ages, from adult to very young child, poop and how infants may use diapers. The final portion of the book explains that because every animal eats, it must poop.
FAM HQ 770.5 .G6613
Keys to toilet training / Zweiback, Meg. -- Hauppauge, NY: Barron's Educational Series, 2009.
This book provides practical guidance for parents coping with toilet training, beginning with helping a child through early steps and continuing on to independence. The author discusses common setbacks and approaches to overcoming difficulties, emphasizing child development and communication with caregivers, teachers and grandparents.
FAM HQ 770.5 .Z93 2009
Parenting guide to toilet training: with a story for you and your child to share / Krueger, Anne -- New York: Ballantine Books, 2001.
This guide discusses reading the readiness signs; letting your child take the lead; equipment essentials; finding the right approach; dealing with setbacks and frustrations; keeping your cool when accidents happen; the differences between training boys and girls; when to switch to underpants; and staying dry at night.
FAM HQ 770.5 .K78 2001
Le secret de Dominique / Gervais, Jean -- Montréal: Les Éditions du Boreal, 1987.
Ce livre suit Dominique, un jeune garçon qui mouille son lit et les émotions résultants qu’il expérience. On donne aussi des conseils pour aider les jeunes à vaincre ce problème.
FAM HQ 770.5 .G47
Toilet training for individuals with autism & related disorders: a comprehensive guide for parents & teachers / Wheeler, Maria -- Dallas, Texas: Future Horizons, 2004.
This comprehensive guide contains more than 200 toilet training tips and 60 case examples to guide parents and teachers of children with autism who need techniques beyond those used to toilet train other children.
FAM RJ 506 .A94 W43 2004
What to expect when you use the potty / Murkoff, Heidi -- [New York] HarperFestival, 2004.
A book designed to help parents answer their children's questions about when and how to use the potty.
FAM HQ 770.5 .M87 2004
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Toilet Learning: Caring for Kids / L’apprentissage de la
propreté: Soins de nos enfants
Toilet Training your Child -
American Academy of Family Physicians
Toilet Teaching Your Child - Kids
Health – Information for Kids, Teens and Parents from the Nemours
Toilet Training – From the
Government of Manitoba
Potty Training – Babycenter
11 Must Have Potty Training Tips – Canadian Family
Bedwetting / Enuresis
Bedwetting – Caring for Kids / L’incontinence nocturne: Soins de nos enfants
Bedwetting - Kids Health – For Kids, Teens and Parents from the
Bedwetting – MedlinePlus from the U.S. National Library of Medicine
Bedwetting – From the Government of Manitoba
Bed-wetting (nocturnal Enuresis) – About Kids Health / Énurésie – About Kids
Bedwetting – Healthychildren.org
This guide provides medical material for information purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your physician. The information may not always apply to your individual situation.
The guide represents material available in the Family Resource Library collection at CHEO. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list. Your local public library may also be able to provide valuable information.
If you require materials in alternative formats, please contact the library at 613-737-7600 ext. 2157 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: June 2016
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