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On Your Potty! by Virginia Miller
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On Your Potty! (1991)

by Virginia Miller

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A good book for early readers and early talkers, my one-year-old liked to repeat Benjamin's "Nah!" as enthusiastically as he said it! ( )
  Ermina | Feb 25, 2016 |
Not a potty training book, but a funny book about potty training. ( )
  Ian2 | May 17, 2009 |
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One morning George padded quietly over to Bartholomew's bed to see if he was awake.  He asked softly, "Are you awake, Ba?"  "Nah!" said Bartholomew.
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The original George and Bartholomew story, by the author-illustrator of BE GENTLE! and GO TO BED!

George tries to persuade Bartholomew to use his potty, but only Ba knows when it it just the right time to use it. Full of gentle humor and lighthearted encouragement, the first book in Virginia Miller's George and Bartholomew series is the perfect way for parents and caregivers to address the issue of toilet training in a playful, nonthreatening way. Toddlers will identify with this spunky young bear and his bewilderment, and they'll cheer for Ba when he succeeds.

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Young Bartholomew bear finds that using his potty correctly is sometimes just a matter of the right timing.

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