Both of these books are told from a kid's point of view, and offer lots of encouragement on the subject of potty training. An unnamed little girl speaks to the reader, asking about all the big girl things she can do. But, all is not perfect, and the magic of being toilet trained does not happen all at once. Mistakes happen, but mom and dad remain encouraging. These are very optimistic books, and will be useful in the training process. Recommended for PreK
Watching a relative change because of dementia or Alzheimer's is a difficult thing to understand. In this book, Noah loves visiting his grandparents and especially spending time with Grandpa and he doesn't understand when Grandpa begins to forget things and can no longer do simple tasks like cutting his toast. This is a tender story about change and loss and is suitable for sharing one on one or in a group. Recommended for PreS-gr. 2
Mary had a little glam that grew into a lot. And everywhere that Mary went, she wasn't hard to spot. When Mary discovered how glam-less her classmates were, she felt it her duty to help glam them up. With great vocabulary and rhyming text, this is a great read for ages 4 and up.