This heartwarming rhyming children's picture book that tackles the adorable and relatable journey of potty training through the eyes of a little boy bison named Nervous Nolan.
Nolan is a charming and lovable character who, like many toddlers, feels anxious about trying new things, especially when it comes to pooping on the potty. In this delightful story, young readers join Nolan on his toilet training adventure filled with expressive illustrations and endearing moments as he navigates his potty-training journey.
Guided by his patient and supportive mother, along with the help of a trusted friend, Nolan learns a valuable lesson about embracing his own pace. With gentle encouragement and understanding, he discovers that there's nothing to fear or be nervous about when it comes to using the potty.
Through colorful illustrations and engaging storytelling, Nervous Nolan Bison Goes Poopy on the Potty offers a delightful exploration of an essential milestone in a toddler's life. This heartwarming tale serves as are assuring tool for parents and grandparents, inspiring them to embrace their child's unique journey and remind them that every child learns at their own pace.
Join Nervous Nolan as he triumphantly conquers his fear and witness the joy and pride that come with this important milestone. This enchanting book will captivate little ones and provide comfort and encouragement during the sometimes challenging but ultimately rewarding process of potty training.
Perfect for children aged 1 to 5, Nervous Nolan Bison Goes Poopy on the Potty is a must-have addition to any child's library, guiding them on a reassuring and joyful journey towards potty training success.
Fun and silly rhymes will have your child laughing
Colorful and action-packed illustrations will capture your toddler's attention
Full, two-page spread illustrations
Emphasizes that children go at different paces, and that it is ok to be nervous
Potty-training children age 1 to 5 years old
Children that love animals; specifically bison, deer, and horses
Parents or Grandparents that are potty-training a child who may be experiencing some anxiety