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Even Firefighters Go to the Potty: A Potty Training Lift-the-Flap Story (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 14. Oktober 2008

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Wendy Wax has written many children’s books, including City Witch, Country Switch; Even Firefighters Go to the Potty; Clara the Klutz; Bus to Booville; and Even Princesses Go to the Potty. Wendy is also an editor and collage artist.

Naomi Wax has taught creative writing in after-school programs at the Fieldston and Ethical Culture Schools. She is co author of Cool Women: the Thinking Girl’s Guide to the Hippest Women in History, which was adapted for the WE Network by Debbie Allen. She lives in New York City.

Stephen Gilpin graduated from the NYC School of Visual Arts where he studied painting and cartooning. He is the illustrator of the Who Shrunk Daniel Funk series and The Extraordinary Adventures of Ordinary Boy series. Stephen currently lives in Hiawatha, Kansas. Visit him at SGilpin.com.

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HASH(0x8acfb3a8) von 5 Sternen Our favorite of 4 Potty books... 20. Februar 2011
Von Nathaniel Allen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
With A Potty for Me! already in the house and a regular favorite of our 22-month old, I picked up "Even Firefighters go to the Potty" along with two other Amazon favorites, Where's the Poop? and Everyone Poops. My intention was to do a comparison review of the four books based on our boy's reaction and preference to all four, but there's a problem. Given the chance -- and literally, I mean every night and on those mornings we read, for the past 30 days -- each and every opportunity he grabs these three most recent potty books. (Alas, 'Potty for Me' gets left behind -- as do the other 20 books in his library.) Sneak another book in? He usually pushes it aside.

The three books are very different, but 'Even Firefighters...' is my (our?) favorite for a couple of reasons.

It's a well constructed and durable book. The pages are heavy, and the unfolding "door" on each page is simply the end of the page folded over; it's not a glued on flap as is used in 'Potty for Me' and 'Where's the Poop.'

The pictures on each page are colorful and detailed, so we can talk about everyday objects such as phones and ladders and the locomotive engines on the train engineer's underpants, and also colors and numbers. That alone gives this book longer legs than the others.

Particularly fun is that we've taught our son to knock on a closed door, so he's quick to knock on the bathroom door on every page and await my "Come in!" reply before opening. That's always worth a few giggles.

As far as he's concerned, all three of the new Potty books are equal hits, but as far as keeping his parents interested and engaged, my wife and I both have a preference for this (though we both yearn for him to once again bring us Little Blue Truck to send him off to slumberland).
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HASH(0x8ac5eb58) von 5 Sternen Cute story, but doesn't offer much for girls 19. Oktober 2009
Von Professor Mama - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is cute enough as far as potty books go, and my little boy really enjoys it (especially the flaps). However, I was disappointed to find that apparently firefighters, police officers, train engineers, restaurant servers, etc are all men. There is one female user of the potty, a doctor, which is a relief -- but I always feel a bit strange reading any book that reinforces the idea that only boys grow up to occupy these professions. If you are considering this book for a little girl, or if you are trying to raise a boy in an environment in which it's considered normal for women to be firefighters, officers, doctors, servers, etc, then I would keep this in mind. I don't normally post reviews but this time I thought it was worth mentioning. Having said all of this, it's not very expensive and my son does love it.
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HASH(0x8ab49504) von 5 Sternen happy potty time 13. September 2009
Von J. Kitt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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My son loved reading this while sitting on the potty. Stopping what he was doing to go potty was one of the hardest things for him, this helped us explain. Plus it was really cute.
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HASH(0x8ab9d8c4) von 5 Sternen GREAT, but for boys mostly! 4. Februar 2010
Von E. K. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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We LOVE this book in our house. My daughter, 18 months, and son, 3 years, ask for it often. Neither of them are trained yet (he's struggling, she's just starting) but they love to lift the flap and we all say "to the potty!" together. The people in the book are "disappearing" and you have to find them and they are always in the bathroom. The author repeats the phrase "to the potty" every time so it's a great way to get the kids to join in. The words are corny, but kids love it. It's a different potty book then just providing instructions on how to go potty. The one complaint I have is that it is for boys; my daughter loves it and there are so many professions/characters, but they are all male but one! We need a "girl" version or just a policewoman or female airplane pilot in the pictures!
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HASH(0x8ab9d9f0) von 5 Sternen Potty Training Can Be Fun -- Even for Parents and Grandparents! 8. Dezember 2008
Von Book Beagle - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This delightful lift-the-flap picture book not only works as an effective potty-training tool, but it's also great fun to read -- even for parents and grandparents. The surprises under the lift-up flaps on each page -- and especially the very last one -- make EVERYONE laugh away the stresses of potty training! Although this book is oriented to little boys, girls seem to love it too. Case in point: My friends read it to their 2 1/2-year-old granddaughter, who has been somewhat resistant to visiting the potty. They read it to her once. She asked for "more." They read it to her again. She asked for "more." Finally, after the third reading, she looked right up at them and announced, "I want to go potty." Mission accomplished!
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