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eBook Going to the Potty (Mr. Rogers) download ISBN: 0698115759
Author: Fred Rogers
Publisher: Puffin Books; Reprint edition (September 22, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1293 kb
Fb2: 1895 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Going to the Potty handles a sensitive subject with the same quiet candor and respect for young audiences that are the hallmark of his Mister Rogers' Neighborhood TV show

Going to the Potty handles a sensitive subject with the same quiet candor and respect for young audiences that are the hallmark of his Mister Rogers' Neighborhood TV show. Publishers Weekly Parent and child may read together about the way children develop in the experience of eliminating waste products from their body and about the positive aspects of using the toilet.

Going to the Potty book. We all poop and mr. rogers loves us anyway. Going to the Potty handles a sensitive subject with the same quiet candor and respect for young audiences that are the hallmark of his Mister Rogers' Neighborhood TV show. Parent and child may read together about the way children develop in the experience of eliminating waste products from their body and about the positive aspects of using the toilet. Aug 31, 2013 sasasa rated it it was amazing.

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Fred McFeely Rogers (March 20, 1928 – February 27, 2003) was an American television personality, musician, puppeteer, writer, producer, and Presbyterian minister. He was the creator, showrunner and host of the preschool television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, which ran from 1968 to 2001. Born in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh, Rogers earned a bachelor's degree in music from Rollins College in 1951. He began his television career in 1951 at NBC in New York

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Title: Going to the Potty By: Fred Rogers Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 32 Vendor: Puffin Books Publication .

Title: Going to the Potty By: Fred Rogers Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 32 Vendor: Puffin Books Publication Date: 1997 Dimensions: . 6 X . 8 X . 0 (inches). Weight: 3 ounces ISBN: 0698115759 ISBN-13: 9780698115750 Ages: 4-8 Series: Mr. Rogers Stock No: WW11575X.

Rogers knew children well . He knew how they thought, what they liked, what they feared, and what they struggled to understand-and he went to great lengths to ensure he never upset or confused his devoted viewers. Maxwell King, author of the forthcoming book The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers, writes in The Atlantic that Mr. Rogers carefully chose his words while filming Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. Fred made us re-dub the line, saying, ‘I’m going to puff this up with some air,’ because ‘blow it up’ might sound like there’s an explosion, and he didn’t want the kids to cover their ears and miss what would happen next, Greenwald told King.

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"Going to the Potty handles a sensitive subject with the same quiet candor and respect for young audiences that are the hallmark of his Mister Rogers' Neighborhood TV show."--Publishers WeeklyParent and child may read together about the way children develop in the experience of eliminating waste products from their body and about the positive aspects of using the toilet.
Comments: (7)
Brightcaster
My19 month old son is so into this book. He likes to sit on my lap while i read it. Having him introduced to these concepts at a very young age is important to me. Mr. Rogers is just the guy to do it. His writing is so respectful to children without downplaying anything.
My LO really likes seeing how moms and dads take care of their little one's at the beginning of the book (feeding them, dressing them. . .changing diapers) and really likes the end of the book where the babies are smiling at their parents and the parents are proud. Then we talk about how mom's proud of him and he beams.
Such a good book, makes me want to get others in the series.
Mr. Rogers is a hero of mine and i look forward to sharing his work with my son as he grows.
Maridor
I love everything about Mister Rogers. I love that he finds the perfect balance to explain things on a level children can understand them without being condescending. My daughter loves this book. We keep it in the bathroom, and she loves to look at it or have it read to her on the potty. She even reads it to her dolls when she is teaching them to go potty. :)
A fabulous thing I would like to mention is that Mister Rogers actually reads this book in two different episodes of his show. I paid for them individually on Prime video, and we watch them to get to hear his sweet voice read it to the children and discuss the potty further. One episode is episode 9 of the 1989 season, and the other is episode 3 of the 1998 season. My daughter was ecstatic when she realized that the book in her hand was the same book in Mister Rogers's hand. She turned the pages and read along with him, looking back and forth from the screen to the book. It quickly cemented it as her favorite potty book. I tried to buy her another potty book, and she didn't even want to hear about it because she loves this one so much. :)
Jonide
It's a bit outdated regarding the photos, but it is written well. In the Mr. Rodgers tone, he explains how little boys and girls grow up and start taking care of themselves and the exploration of going potty. Technical terms such as urination and bowel movements are used. Examples of floor potty chairs and toilet seats are both used. He explains it may be strange at first but then it's not so strange. My 2-year-old enjoys the pictures of the children and often points when they are sitting on the potty and says pooh (our word). Seemed to help him grasp the idea that the potty chair was for him when he saw the other children using one. Saw a huge jump in his use of the potty chair when we started reading it to him.
ladushka
This is a great book for beginning and intermediate potty trainers. I loved Mr. Rogers as a kid and as a parent I still do, thanks to his tactful economy with words in this book. He says just enough to give kids the facts about potty training but not too much to gross parents out or scare kids away from toilet learning. This book a simply written, informative, and encouraging.

All children love to look at other children and my daughter responds to photographs so much better than illustration. This book shows real children sitting on the toilet or on little potties with their parents supporting them by their sides, and also alone.

This is great to read just before beginning potty training to help your child learn why he or she must learn to use the toilet, and also while the child is on the potty (since its a little longer than many first potty books and might help your child stay sitting). This book illustrates the use of both cloth and disposable diapers and tells kids that changing diapers is one of the ways parents show love. I am so glad that is mentioned, because a lot of kids definitely take it for granted. Kids of both sexes and of various ethnicities are shown in both panties and training pants, using all sorts of different potties, and in different situations.

A great book for parents and kids. A huge hit with my family.
Molace
The language and photos are outdated but it's a super calm/adult approach to using the potty. It's actually great for my analytical daughter who likes to listen and process (not your normal 2 yr old)
I change some of the language in it so she can relate when I read it. Use "poop" instead of "BM" and whatnot, but it's got the feel of a mr Rogers episode, so if you're a Mr R fan, you'll like reading this to your kids.
Snowseeker
This is the only potty book I bought for my son. I bought it when he was about 18 months, and we started reading it as a bedtime story. I let it be his choice when he wanted to read it.

At 26 months, he decided that he was ready to use the toilet, and just started telling me when he wanted to go. There were a few accidents, but not many. Each time, we just talked about how he needed to tell me when he has to go. I didn't have to "train" him or nag him.

Kids love learning and growing and doing things like grown-ups. We just need to get out of their way and let them do it in a positive, supportive environment.

Yes, the photos are dated, but kids don't notice things like fashion and hairstyles. They love to see photos of real kids acting as role models.
Xig
I grew up watching and always liked Mr. Rogers so that's why I figured I'd try this book out for my potty training toddler. It does a good job of showing real pictures and explaining using the potty, but it is boring and uses technical terms like "urinate". It is pretty forgettable and is not one my toddler ever seeks out on her own for me to read to her. There are definitely better and more toddler friendly potty training books out there.
My kids love this book- great photos, soft, slow and easy to understand story line. Photos are older, like being at Grandmas house but still perfectly understandable. Would love to see a version of it with updated photos. This and Fisher Price's My Very Own Potty are the best potty training books with photos and no silly cartoons with stupid noises.