No More Nappies
Illustrated by Marion CocklicoBaby and toddler
Gold Winner of the Junior Design Awards Best Baby Books 0-2 Years.
The Big Steps series is designed to help little ones cope with everyday experiences in their lives. In No More Nappies, meet Millie and Mo – two adorable toddlers who are ready to ditch their nappies and learn how to use the potty.
Follow the ups and downs of their potty-training journey brought to life with fun flaps and mechanisms. Each page has really helpful potty-training tips for parents and carers that are endorsed by The Good Play Guide and leading Early Years Consultant, Dr Amanda Gummer. With delightful illustrations from Marion Cocklico, No More Nappies is a brilliant way to introduce potty-training in a fun and relatable way.
For more toddler tips read I'm Not Sleepy: Helping Toddlers Go To Sleep and I'm Starting Nursery.
Wonderfully engaging and interactive.
Gemma, Metcalfe-Beckers, The Mutha.Hood
The Big Steps books are a great way of introducing children to different life skills and building their confidence and familiarity with doing them. Watching characters their own age experience different things goes a long way in letting children know that they are normal, healthy and not scary. The children enjoyed pointing to the different pictures, opening flaps and naming objects, which is fantastic for helping to build their vocabulary and prepare them for learning to read. The book is also sturdy enough for enthusiastic hands. Our testers found the little tips at the bottom of the page useful and in one case, they helped to transform a reluctant dresser into someone who is happy to get dressed most mornings!
Dr Amanda Gummer, Dr Gummer's Good Play Guide
Campbell Books has come up with a range of books to help your little one tackle the milestones of growing up. It’s Big Steps series covers topics such as sleep and fussy eating and of course, in No More Nappies, potty training. Featuring the super-cute Millie and Mo each page follows their progress as they journey out of nappies. It’s a very hands-on board book so little ones can get involved and there are plenty of pockets and gadgets to keep them interested and maybe spark their enthusiasm for the task
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