Where's the Poop?

Where's the Poop?
Where's the Poop?
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Offers a creative introduction of potty training as various animals go about their business and then young readers lift-the-flaps to find the poop in all types of places out in the wild, as well as at home.

This engaging lift the flap book shows children that all creatures have a place to poop: tigers in the jungle, kangaroos in the outback, and monkeys in the rainforest.

With the aid of this playful book, your child will see that he or she has a place to poop too. While reinforcing the concept of toilet training.

Where's the Poop? gives children the confidence they need

Reinforces the concept of potty training by having readers lift up the flaps to see that every creature has a place to defecate, including young children.

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Product Specifications

Color Yellow , Black
Product Type Books
Gender Unisex
Theme Safari
Recommended Age Group Toddler , Kids
Book Purpose Potty Training Book
Publisher HarperCollins
Potty Training Book Type General Method PT Book
Language English
Book Type Hardcover

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A book to explain & show your curious child (Mar 25, 2010) Reviewer: Emma My daughter is at the age right now where she's been interested in seeing her poop which I know is perfectly natural for her age and we are in the beginnings of potty training. This book is really neat, the animals are beautifully drawn and there are 3 flaps per animals. Two of the three flaps are of other things like animals and the poop is always in the same place bottom right hand corner of each page. Pretty soon your toddler will know exactly where to look. The poop is not graphically drawn but very tasteful. The last page shows a little boy telling his mama he pooped and there in the right hand corner is a potty. So, it does show that that animals and humans poop. Even the very last page is rather cute with a door that you open to see a young girl sitting on the potty reading the very book your reading this review about. Definitely a good way to show your pre-potty training child that everyone poops and also where children should and one day will.