The Potty Trainer : The Ultimate Guide to Potty Training Your Child
Know what's normal! That's the message and mission of this informative, friendly and comprehensive book. Unlike other potty training books, The Potty Trainer first provides the basics about normal bladder and bowel functions in children. Then, common difficulties and frustrations associated with toilet training can be identified and understood.
The Potty Trainer : The Ultimate Guide to Potty Training Your Child includes information about toilet training such as:
- Introduction to Potty Training
- Potty Training Basics
- Normal Potty Control Development
- Bladder, Bowel and Sphincter Functions
- When is a Child Read to be Potty-Trained?
- Signs of Readiness
- Should you Delay Potty Training?
- Pors and Cons for Early Training (Baby Potty Training)
- and much more!
Also includes educational and anatomic illustrations, a list of outside resources and a helpful glossary.
About the Author
D. Preston Smith, MD, FAAP, FACS, FSPU graduated from Rice and the U of Texas Medical School, completed his Urology Residency at Northwestern and a fellowship at the LeBonheur Children's Hospital. Boardcertified, he has written widely in Pediatric Urology. Dr. Smith is married with three young children; he lives in Knoxville, TN.
- Paperback: 100 pages
- Publisher: PottyMD (December 2004)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0976287706
- ISBN-13: 978-0976287704
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