- My nearly 3 yr old loves this book and loves pressing the "cheer" button when he has used his potty.
It has great easy to follow pictures for youngsters potty training.
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Follow Pirate Pete as he swaps his nappy for big boy pants and begins to use the potty for the first time. Help your little one along by exploring this fun book about potty training.
Featuring delightful illustrations and a practical story, read about Pirate Pete and his journey from using nappies to big boy pants. Adored by children and parents, this book will help combat many of the anxieties associated with learning to use the potty.
The 'cheer' button is perfect for motivating your child, press whilst reading each page to encourage your child to go for themselves.
Practical story that helps banish anxieties associated with potty training
The 'cheer' button is perfect for motivating your little one.
Suitable for children over 18 months.
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their SENSES.
This toy helps your child start to read for themselves.
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