Description or summary of the book: One of Parenting Press's most popular books, this reassuring guide to an important toddler/preschooler developmental period has been updated and expanded by Helen F. Neville, a longtime pediatric advice nurse and parent educator. Working with Jan Faull's original book, since 1996 a favorite for its practicality and real-life anecdotes, Neville explains how a child's temperament affects toilet training and she has added new chapters on: 1. Toilet training the special needs child 2. How parents and child care providers can work together during toilet training 3. Explaining the early toilet training used in other cultures This book remains a common-sense guide to determining if a child is ready for toilet training and introduces a step-by-step process that really works. Parents' most common questions are answered and there's straightforward information on night training, bedwetting, constipation, bowel retention and soiling.
Estimated reading time (average reader): 10H57M3S
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