Lulu's Loo: A Delightfully Interactive Potty Training Book
Lulu, the star of 'Lulu's Clothes' and 'Lulu's Shoes', is ready for potty-training! Join in with Lulu's toilet adventures as she learns how to use potties and proper loos.
Lulu is given a special present by Mummy - her very own potty. Lulu does her first wee-wee in the potty. Soon she's sitting on her potty everywhere - in the kitchen, in her bedroom, in the playroom, even in the garden! Then Lulu graduates from wearing nappies to wearing big girl knickers and using the big toilet, with a few tiny accidents along the way.
With a Velcro nappy to fasten, paper loo roll, flowery knickers and a lift-the-flap toilet seat, this totally interactive book is guaranteed to delight toddlers and parents Entertaining touch-and-feel book with toilet-training theme and real toddler appeal Sequel to Lulu's Shoes, Lulu's Clothes and Lulu's Christmas, with Lulu's Perfect Day to come in January 2011 and Lulu's Lunch in May 2011
Praise for Lulu's Shoes: 'Very good touchy-feely-type book for learning' Daily Echo (Bournemouth) Praise for Lulu's Christmas: 'Bright, colourful illustrations along with some marvellous textures, make this an interactive treat for toddlers' Creative Steps Praise for Lulu's Loo: 'An enchanting, tactile, lift the flap book ... A must for all potty training families!' Angels and Urchins 'Anyone with a potty-training toddler should get their hands on this interactive book with bright, witty illustrations ... Charming, straightforward and funny' Bookfest
Formerly the Editorial Director of Campbell Books, Camilla Reid has many years' experience of conceiving and creating books for young readers. Now a mum of two small girls herself, she has gained a whole new insight into the peculiar, but charmingly picky, world of toddlers. Camilla lives in London. Ailie Busby has had over twenty books published, including titles by Egmont, Walker and Hodder, such as Drat That Fat Cat! and Slugs for Breakfast. She collects vintage jewellery, bags and knitted toys. Ailie lives in Newcastle with her husband, two children and their two cats.