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by Jason Tucker,D. E. West,Jay Tucker

eBook Ferdinand Uses the Potty: Overcoming Bed-Wetting Fears (Growing with Love) download ISBN: 1932690824
Author: Jason Tucker,D. E. West,Jay Tucker
Publisher: Loving Healing Press (October 13, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 24
ePub: 1910 kb
Fb2: 1959 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: mbr lrf azw lit
Category: Relationships
Subcategory: Parenting

Ferdinand and his young friend don't attempt to explain the basics of going to the potty, or even describe the event in much detail - they rather focus in on being afraid of the toilet, and to some extent on wetting the bed. Author Jay Tucker's prose is somewhat irregular however. At times the rhyming scheme works well, at other times it's just awkward.

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Ferdinand Uses the Potty book. Start by marking Ferdinand Uses the Potty: Overcoming Bed-Wetting Fears as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. From the Growing with Love series at Loving Healing Press ww. JUV039170 Juvenile Fiction : Health & Daily Living - Toilet Training FAM044000 Family & Relationships : Toilet Training JUV002120 Juvenile Fiction : Animals - Frogs & Toads. Ferdinand Uses the Potty" is wonderfully illustrated by award winning artist, . Ferdinand the Frog awakens one night to a very damp realization. In "Ferdinand Uses the Potty," by Jay Tucker, our yellow frog friend faces his fear and he will encourage your child to do the same! "Ferdinand Uses the Potty" is wonderfully illustrated by award winning artist, . Why parents need "Ferdinand Uses the Potty" Punishment doesn't work, encouragement does work Straightforward potty training advice written in a fun format Ferdinand's story will encourage your child to face his or her potty training fears head-on.

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Because I’d found The Potty Book for Boys by Allysa Satin Capucilli and Dorothy Scott useful for his potty training, perhaps the .

Because I’d found The Potty Book for Boys by Allysa Satin Capucilli and Dorothy Scott useful for his potty training, perhaps the team may want to make it a bit more obvious what Ferdinand the frog is doing in the toilet? Ferdinand Uses the Potty has bright and colourful illustrations with a flowing storylin.if you’re in the process of toilet training a preschooler.

Ferdinand Uses the Potty: Overcoming Bed-Wetting Fears by Jason Tucker. While we're on the topic of shame, the discussion of bedwetting among your own circle of friends is delicate, but certainly not shameful. In fact you might even ask your child if he/she is comfortable with you discussing it period.

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Personal Name: Tucker, Jason, 1973-. The growing with love series. Personal Name: West, D. E. (Douglas Edward), 1972

Personal Name: Tucker, Jason, 1973-. Publication, Distribution, et. Ann Arbor, MI. Loving Healing Press, (c)2010. Projected Publication Date: 0902. (Douglas Edward), 1972-. Rubrics: Toilet training Juvenile literature. Download now Ferdinand uses the potty by Jay Tucker ; illustrated by . Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Jay Tucker is a published author. 1. Ferdinand Uses the Potty: Overcoming Bed-Wetting Fears (Paperback) Author: Jay Tucker Illustrator: D. West Publisher: Loving Healing Press.

Ferdinand the Frog awakens one night to a very damp realization. Something doesn't feel right in his bed at all! What can the little guy do to fix the situation? Luckily for Ferdinand, he has a friend who has experienced the same thing. Ferdinand learns that potty training is all about confidence. There seems to be one huge obstacle, however. Ferdinand is afraid of the sound the toilet makes when it's flushed. In Ferdinand Uses the Potty, by Jay Tucker, our yellow frog friend faces his fear and he will encourage your child to do the same! Ferdinand Uses the Potty is wonderfully illustrated by award winning artist, D.E. West. Why parents need Ferdinand Uses the Potty Punishment doesn't work, encouragement does work Straightforward potty training advice written in a fun format Ferdinand's story will encourage your child to face his or her potty training fears head-on. Help develop your child's love for literacy with rhyme while he or she learns one of life's most important early skills Acclaim for Ferdinand Uses the Potty "Ferdinand Uses the Potty is a book that gives a fresh and humorous look at the topic of potty training for young children. Children will enjoy learning that their thoughts and feelings about becoming a 'big kid' are normal and real. Parents and children alike will delight in the amusing dialog between Ferdinand and his friend. This book will give parents the opportunity to laugh with their child and discuss how their child can become 'toilet ready' by listening to their mind and body." --Allison Zaddach, M.E., Reading Education and educator of primary aged children "As a clinical psychologist who works with children, I often encounter young people who struggle with the normal fears concerning toileting. Ferdinand Uses the Potty is a delightful tale that will entertain while helping children to feel more comfortable about potty training." --Dr. Shari Chrovian, Licensed Psychologist "A wee lil' lesson that's delightful, thoughtful, and enjoyable for both adults and kids." -- Su Chin, co-founder of Mom Reviewers and editor of Parents Review Learn more about Ferdie at www.FerdieTheFrog.com From the Growing with Love series at Loving Healing Press www.LovingHealing.com JUV039170 Juvenile Fiction : Health & Daily Living - Toilet Training FAM044000 Family & Relationships : Toilet Training JUV002120 Juvenile Fiction : Animals - Frogs & Toads
Comments: (7)
Wenyost
I got this book for my 3 yr old son who is speech delayed. He is fully urnied trained but number two is ending up not in the bowl. Because he is speech delayed it is hard to find out why he just refuses to sit and poop. I thought a book about someone being afraid of the toilet was great and maybe this will help! The book is way to wordy and any 3 yr old wouldn't sit through it. I didn't want to read it after a bit.
Olma
When Ferdinand the frog discovers at wet spot in his bed, he's both dismayed and mystified. Where could this mysterious dampness have come from? His friend -- a human boy -- explains that he too has wet the bed in his younger days, telling Ferdinand it's understandable that he's upset but that peeing the bed doesn't mean he's bad. His recommendation? Use the potty after every meal.

Unfortunately Ferdinand has an aversion to the potty, he's terrified of the noise it makes when it flushes! After trying to "hold it" all day long Ferdinand Uses the Potty and succeeds in overcoming his fear.

Written in rhyming prose, Ferdinand is a bold, enthusiastic exploration of overcoming bed-wetting and the commonly held fear about using the potty that can arise after children understand the basic concepts of potty-training. Ferdinand and his young friend don't attempt to explain the basics of going to the potty, or even describe the event in much detail -- they rather focus in on being afraid of the toilet, and to some extent on wetting the bed.

Author Jay Tucker's prose is somewhat irregular however. At times the rhyming scheme works well, at other times it's just awkward. Clearer rhythmic schemes or writing in simple prose would have worked better for parents trying to read this book aloud to their toddlers.

The spacing of the illustrations is also a bit odd for a picture book. Some stretches of pages feature an illustration on each page. Others have text on one side and an illustration on the other. Both arrangements are fairly standard, but some facing pages feature only text, which make it difficult to keep hold of the short attention spans of squirmy toddlers and preschoolers. My youngest daughter is gearing up for potty training, and I couldn't interest her in Ferdinand though she does adore her other potty training picture book. She could find it harder to relate to a frog as a main character than she does to a smiling little girl as well.

With both Ferdinand and his friend being male, and Ferdinand's dreamings and days filled with exuberant action (car racing, comics, toys etc.), this title could be a good fit for little boys who already have the head knowledge necessary to potty train, but are still struggling with some issues. Because boys can be trickier to teach, and have a greater tendency towards wetting and potty-fear, this encouraging title emphasizes that they're still good, and will some day overcome their difficulties.
Captain America
Ferdinand wakes up wet and confused and does not understand! Was there a leak in the plumbing or the roof? Was it raining inside?? Soon Ferdinand realizes that there was not a leak, but that he had wet the bed. The book continues into a cute story with a fresh approach to the subject of bed wetting after potty training. This book has a fun interactive approach to teaching kids one of the easiest ways to not have accidents at night.

This book is not for younger children who are learning to use the potty. The title is somewhat misleading. I originally chose this book because I thought it would help my two year old with potty training. She would not even sit to read the book. There is a lack of pictures on many pages and the wording is geared towards older children. The book did not address the concepts of how to use the potty, why to use the potty or what the toilet is for. It is geared towards children who already understand those concepts.

Ferdinand uses the potty is an adorable, colorful book for older children who are already potty trained. It approaches the problem of bed wetting and some of the fears of using the potty. For example, Ferdinand is able to stop wetting the bed as often because he is uses the potty more frequently during the day. Ferdinand has a fear of the sound the toilet makes but learns that it is not scary and it helps him stay dry at night. My four year old daughter who is potty trained like the book and asked questions about Ferdinand, but she has been potty trained for almost 2 years now.

I recommend this book to parents whose children can use the potty, but may have some apprehensiveness still. It is a cute, easy to read book that helps parents and children connect during a difficult process that can be confusing and frustrating at times.