When Piggy can not come out to play because he is using the potty, Ducky decides it is time for him to learn to use the potty too. On board pages.
A gentle and witty nappy-to-potty story.
Ducky wants to play peekaboo with his friend Piggy, but every time Piggy tries to smile or call out "I see you!" his pacifier gets in the way. By the author and illustrator of No More Diapers for Ducky.
None of Little Hamster's friends will let him join in any of their games. That's because when Little Hamster gets mad, he hits--and that hurts. Will he learn how to play nicely? This gentle, endearing story in the No More! series helps toddlers understand why it's so much better--and more fun--to treat others with kindness and respect. Illustrations.
Little Duck learns to go potty all by himself, but not without a few accidents. This lighthearted board book makes potty training a little more fun. A must have for all new parents!
Ducky and Piggy are having a tea party with their younger friend Bunny. But Bunny can’t join in the real fun because he won’t stop sucking on his bottle. Ducky says she will be the mummy, Piggy says he will be the daddy and they ask Bunny to be the baby because he has a bottle. But Bunny doesn’t want to be the baby and stops sucking and starts to drink from a cup to show what a big boy he really is.
A latest entry in the popular series that includes No More Diapers for Ducky! finds frustrated new kid Billy Goat struggling with not knowing how to make friends and nipping his animal classmates before gentle guidance from a sympathetic Ducky helps him realize that teeth are for biting food and not friends.
Betty Lou tells her doll about how she learned to use the potty.
Caillou decides he is too old to wear diapers, so he learns how to use the potty like a big boy.
A brother and sister are very impatient during a car trip because they are going to a toy store.
Lambkin refuses to give up her small, dirty blanket no matter what anyone says, but when Ducky stops by for a play date one afternoon, he finds just the right words to encourage Lambkin to move on to bigger and better things, in a board book with a touch-and-feel blanket attached to the cover.
With help from Hanuman, the Hindu monkey god, Anu finds a way to cope with going to a new school, living in a new home, and even dealing with the mischievous ghosts in her closet.