- Taschenbuch: 32 Seiten
- Verlag: Magination Press, (American Psychological Association); Auflage: 1 (15. Mai 2007)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1433801310
- ISBN-13: 978-1433801310
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 3,8 x 0,2 x 25,3 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1 Kundenrezension
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 307.843 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
It Hurts When I Poop! a Story for Children Who Are Scared to Use the Potty (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 15. Mai 2007
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"At last, someone has provided parents with a fun-filled, non-threatening approach to help children who hold in their bowel movements. Dr. Bennett's book will be a permanent fixture in my waiting room." - Benny Kerzner, MD Chairman, Department of Gastroenterology, Children's National Medical Center"
Ryan is scared to use the potty. He's afraid to have a poop because he's afraid it's going to hurt. When Ryan's parents take him to visit Dr. Gold, she engages his imagination with the story of Bill the Coyote's messy house. She also shows him what happens inside the body, and explains how different foods make using the potty easy or hard. This story, along with Ryan's "poop program," will help young children gain the confidence they need to overcome this common problem and establish healthy habits.
This book is about a little boy who is afraid to do his "big business," because he thinks it will hurt, and so his parents take him to the doctor. The doctor tells him a much-too-long story about a coyote who stops cleaning his house, and the doctor teaches the boy to eat foods high in fiber to make it easier to go. The doctor also says it's okay to use a Pullup diaper for awhile, as long as he "goes," and it ends with the boy saying he plans to go on the toilet.
I am not too happy with the book for the following reasons:
- The story the doctor tells about the coyote is too wordy, too long, not that interesting, not really to-the-point for potty training.
- The doctor tells the child it's okay to keep using a Pullup. But a lot of us parents are looking for a book that helps children who are afraid to use a toilet and instead use a Pullup. This book might help children who once used the potty but have become "withholders" due to fear to overcome that fear, but it's not meant for children who won't use the potty in the first place. It's not meant for all the children who insist on using a Pullup get beyond using the Pullup.
- The child never actually uses the potty or toilet in the book, not even once. He just says he plans to. A potty book that doesn't show the child going through with actually using the potty. Really??Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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When my kiddo was initally potty trained at age 2 1/2, everything was fine. Then, in Kindergarten when he went to school all day (8:30-3 PM), he refused to poop in any toilet that wasn't his, or when I wasn't there. Thus, the poop problems began.
He is now in first grade and he will hold it for several days until it starts to come out on his own. I brought this book BACK out (I bought it when he was potty training, but it wasn't really pertinent then) and now he totally relates to the main character, Ryan. Things are getting better; we have a point of reference to discuss now when I remind him that he should at least try to poop or when it's time to eat vegetables and fruit.
If your child has poop issues, get this book. IF YOU ARE INITIALLY POTTY TRAINING, DON'T BOTHER.