Potty Animals by Hope Vestergaard
What to Know When You've Gotta Go!

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Meet Wilbur, who won’t wash his hands after going potty. Wilma, who waits too long…and sometimes doesn’t make it in time.  And Freddie, who’s afraid to flush. These are just a few of the preschool animals who need a little help with their bathroom etiquette!  

With wit and good humor, Hope Vestergaard presents a unique “toilet basics” guide for toddlers.  It covers everything from lifting the seat and closing the door to planning ahead when you’re on a trip.  All told in cheerful rhyme, with hilarious illustrations, it’s a fun way to handle a serious subject.

 

PLAN AHEAD!     DON’T WAIT TOO LONG!    GO POTTY BEFORE YOU SLEEP!     EXCUSE YOURSELF!     KNOCK FIRST!     BE SURE TO LIFT UP THE SEAT!     

CLOSE THE DOOR!     DON’T LOLLYGAG!     NEVER FORGET TO WIPE!

WASH YOUR HANDS!     ZIP AND FLUSH!     ALWAYS TURN OUT THE LIGHT!

 

About Hope Vestergaard

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Hope Vestergaard is an early childhood consultant and freelance writer. She has also worked as an early childhood teacher and center director. She is the author of several picture books, including Wake Up, Momma and Hello, Snow! Valeria Petrone is the illustrator of Two at the Zoo by Danna Smith and many more picture books for preschoolers. Her artwork has been exhibited around the world. She lives in Milan, Italy. Visit her website at www.valeriapetrone.com.
 
Published March 2, 2010 by Sterling. 32 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Unruly critters from Sycamore Preschool learn bathroom etiquette in this wry tale.

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There’s no doubt what these critters are up to, with pants pulled down and perched on the potty, however Petrone does use tactful positioning of books and other elements to avoid embarrassment for young readers and their parents.

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