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Why are girls ready for toilet training earlier than boys are? Why are girls more prone to accidents? How do I know if my daughter is ready? From the authors of Potty Training Boys the Easy Way, this guide provides a clear, step-by-step plan for training girls, including strategies for making potty-time fun, parenting differently for different personalities, and handling specific situations, such as what to do when there is no toilet nearby and ways to stay dry throughout the night. Practical and reassuring, Potty Training Girls the Easy Way will give your family the confidence to successfully achieve this important milestone.
About the Author
Caroline Fertleman, MD, is the consultant pediatrician at Whittington Hospital in London.
Simone Cave is the health editor at the DailyMirror. They each live with their families in London.
Library Journal, starred review, 2/17/11 “In June 2009, I gave a starred review to Fertleman and Cave's Potty Training Boys the Easy Way. This version for girls is just as excellent. Physician Fertleman (writing with health editor Cave) knows just how to present the relevant information to parents, covering topics like early preparation, night training, and common medical problems. Among the plethora of books on potty training (which include some idiotic titles that endorse ‘naturally training’ six-month-olds), Fertleman's two offerings should be the go-to titles for all things poop and pee. Unequivocally recommended.”
Mid-Ohio Valley Parent Magazine, March 2011
“This is a great resource for parents trying to tackle the potty training issue!”