Potty Training Daddy by Kathy L. Terry

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"This real-life story is meant to be an amusing, helpful guide to potty training, but there is an unsettling idea at its core. On the first page, Terry writes:“At the age of two, I potty trained my daddy. It all began when my mommy went missing for a long, long time.” The illustrations are pleasant, but the relationships in the story are baffling."
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A toddler recieves toilet training from her father.
 

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Published March 24, 2011 by Xlibris. 28 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books. Non-fiction
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Below average
on Nov 23 2015

"This real-life story is meant to be an amusing, helpful guide to potty training, but there is an unsettling idea at its core. On the first page, Terry writes:“At the age of two, I potty trained my daddy. It all began when my mommy went missing for a long, long time.” The illustrations are pleasant, but the relationships in the story are baffling."

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