Andy lives with his mom and his grandfather, who is Andy's best friend. Andy and Grandfather spend lots of time taking walks and looking at the clouds to find interesting shapes. Andy's mom works a lot and is going to school, too, so she does not have much time to spend with him. When Grandfather gets sick and has to go to the hospital, Andy breaks toilet training and begins soiling his bed at night and his clothes at school. At first his mother is mad, but then she takes him to a doctor, who puts him on mineral oil and a regular toileting schedule. The doctor also recommends a therapist for Andy to talk to. At the therapist's office, Andy draws pictures and talks about Grandfather; the therapist teaches Andy some relaxation strategies and helps him understand how to listen to his body more carefully. Everything gets better, of course. Grandfather comes home, Andy and his mom both learn how to relax, and Andy begins paying attention to when he needs to use the toilet. This book is from Magination Press, which is produced by the American Psychological Association, is written by an M.D., and has a final "Note to Parents" written by a clinical psychologist specializing in children and families. The story line is simple with some factual information provided but is not overwhelming in its didactic tone. The color drawings are well executed and contribute to the understanding of the story line for young readers. This is a good book for parents to read with their children who are experiencing problems with toileting. Reviewer: Paula McMillen, Ph.D.