Ata and the Magic Potty: A Toddler's Adventure Into Potty Training (Paperback & eBook Bundle)Regular price
8.5x 8.5 inch fully color paperback edition + eBook Version + FREE Shipping. Ata want’s to play with it but he doesn’t know how, his mother and big sister encourages him to take a seat...
8.5x 8.5 inch fully color paperback edition + eBook Version + FREE Shipping.
Ata want’s to play with it but he doesn’t know how, his mother and big sister encourages him to take a seat and wait for the magic to happen. The idea of making magic happen entices the little guy but he is still a little scared and unsure about using his new potty. In the process of asking lots of questions and investigating his new potty Ata learns how to make the magic happen on his potty all by himself.
- Beautiful illustrations
- Entertaining rhyming story makes reading over and over again a bit more fun.
- Pure Cuteness
- Introduces your child to the idea of using the potty in a story format.
- Preps your child mentally for transitioning into potty training.
- Children learn by mimicking. This story with illustrations raises your child's interest in sitting on their potty.
The beautifully depicted illustrations and cute characters promises adorable fun and laughter along with a good bedtime story. Get your little one’s mind ready to tackle the new and exciting, yet sometimes challenging and frustrating venture of potty training. This entertaining rhyming story for children and parents is an instant classic.
This book is written for kids but also for parents. Many recent best selling children's books features advanced vocabulary. Books such as "Giraffes Can Dance" or "Dinosaurumpus!" to name a couple are written with very advanced words.
The purpose of reading to a toddler is to develop their understanding, vocabulary and reading skills. Introducing toddler's to big words early help to raise an advance child. Children will surprise you with their ability to learn. Each child's attention span is different and how you read it and your tone of voice is actually what makes it fun for them. You, the parent or reader will get better at reading the book after you know the story and can see the rhymes coming, treat the story like a song and it will go over much better for the child.
Potty training is new and exciting, definitely challenging, sometimes frustrating but huge relief once it's done. My son gave me the best gift he could give on his 2nd birthday and that was the gift of being fully potty trained I was so proud.
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