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Skip to the Loo, My Darling! A Potty Book Sally Lloyd Jones s riotous narration and Anita Jeram s endearing illustrations make this a charming and energetic invitation to potty trainees everywhere Bunny wants his potty What will Bunny do Only one thing for it skip to the loo Bunny s not the only one skipping to the loo Look who else wants their potty Quite a few With rollicking rhythm, Sally Lloyd Jones gets the party going in a book that simply rejoices in the call of nature Everyone is invited to celebrate from a lonely dodo to a wibbly woo, from Lord and Lady Huff Puff to an elephant in a tutu But when the party is in full swing and everyone s on their potty, Bunny sees that someone very important is missing Who could it be

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10 thoughts on “Skip to the Loo, My Darling! A Potty Book

  1. Whispering Stories Whispering Stories says:

    Skip to the Loo A Potty Book is a very sweet young children s book, illustrated by Anita Jeram who illustrates the Guess How Much I Love You books.The book follows bunny as he wants his potty, which he is no where near, so what will he have to do, that s right skip to the loo He is joined by a whole host of other animals who need the loo.Luckily the animals, including kangaroos, cats, dinosaurs and even a few dressed up as

  2. Bobbi Bobbi says:

    So, I m not in the habit of reading picture books and I m certainly not in the market for potty books, but this book arrived to my office today and it was too cute to ignore The pictures are adorable and the verse is fun to read aloud The mirror at the end of the book will be a hit with the kiddos Highly recommended for anything looking for a sweet potty book that you won t mind reading over and over again.

  3. Steve Holden Steve Holden says:

    This is another book discovered via our latest Alexi Scott trip and being part of bedtime routine with their two kids This is a great potty book It s totally British Lindsay was a hoot reading it aloud to Maggie It makes little sense, but if trying to teach pros and cons of the potty good read aloud and lessons here It s not my forte as far as reading and read aloud, but we were laughing as we read this one aloud This is another book dis

  4. Chelsea Chelsea says:

    While this book provided an interesting take on the song Skip to My Lou, I am not sure that I enjoyed it I appreciated the message behind this book, that everyone should use the bathroom and that it can be made fun, but ultimately I believe this book missed the mark It was just a little too odd for me to get completely on board with.

  5. Sharlene Sharlene says:

    My daughter is 1 1 2 years old Her wriggly bum almost didn t make it to the end of the story.I m looking forward to potty training Definitely going to sing this song to entice her to go to the loo She loves that I sing the skip to the loo lines, it makes her want to dance.It s not as heartwarming as Guess how much I love you, but I liked this story all the same My daughter is 1 1 2 years old Her wriggly bum almost didn t make it to the end of the stor

  6. Lynn Lynn says:

    Ha Very cute celebration of using the potty Lots of giggles here.

  7. Casandria Casandria says:

    Uhhhhh I m not quite sure who this will appeal to If your child finds that imagining all kinds of anthropomorphic animals using the bathroom together is helpful, go for it

  8. Dianna Dianna says:

    I hate potty books, but I m glad they exist I guess.

  9. Mary Mary says:

    Since we own a 9 pound pet rabbit, my little girl asked for bunny books on our latest trip to the library The cover of this title shows a cute little bunny standing on his potty stool, looking happy My youngest is a reluctant potty trainer, so I thought this might be a good pick The illustrations are very cute The animals are at a picnic and each has to go potty It gets a little strange when they all line up and then use their potty stools in a large group in the middle of the w

  10. Bex Bex says:

    This book has lots of cute animals trying to make their way to their potty, lovely illustrations akin to Guess How Much I Love You and some funny words and noises for little readers to enjoy There s also a mirror page at the end of this boardbook which encourages potty training toddlers to copy their animal friends and use the potty too I really like the illustrations, there is quite a lot going on within each page which is really nice and has lots of little conversation points or thin

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