Caillou no longer wants to wear diapers – even at night. Caillou knows now when he has to use the potty. Very soon, he hopes to use the big toilet and to no longer wear diapers at night.
A parent’s wish to have their child totally potty trained is not necessarily in line with the physiological capacities of their child. This book helps to understand that it is not parents who potty train their child but rather the child who does it on their own.
About the Author
Christine L'Heureux is the founder of Chouette Publishing and the cocreator of Caillou. She is the author of several books, including Caillou: Good Night, Caillou: Play with Me, and Caillou: Rosie's Pacifier.
Pierre Brignaud is the illustrator of all the Caillou titles in the Hand in Hand series, Step by Step series and Baby Caillou.
They both live in Montreal, Quebec.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Title: Caillou, No More Diapers - Potty Training Series, STEP 2 Author: Christine L'Heureux Illustrator: Pierre Brignaud Published: 7-12-2016 Publisher: Chouette Publishing - Caillou Pages: 24 Genre: Children's Fiction Sub Genre: Games; Friends; Child Development ISBN: 9782897182960 Reviewer: DelAnne Reviewed For: NetGalley My Rating: 4 1/2 stars . . Potty Training is most parent's worst nightmare. How do you encourage your child wake up to use the bathroom at night. Caillou has finally mastered the use of the toilet during the day and feel like a big boy now and wants to be able to stop wearing to bed at night as well. Each child develops at their own pace and some accomplish this milestone feat faster than others. Something Caillou learn in No More Diapers. The trick is to encourage even as the child feels that he will never get it right. This is a lovely book to share with our child so that he or she understands it is not an overnight process so don't give up at little setbacks. Keep encouraging them read them the story often and let see that it will happen. The artistic illustrations are bold and colorful. They will easily hold their attention as will the simple text. My rating is 4 1/2 out of 5 stars.