¡Chones, por favor! / Undies, Please!
Written by Sumana Seeboruth
Illustrated by Ashleigh Corrin
Published by Barefoot Books
Motivated by new undies and Daddy’s support, a relatable toddler adorably navigates the excitement and challenges of learning to use the potty. Age-appropriate language and engaging illustrations make this simple and sweet story a perfect potty training support for little ones.
POTTY TRAINING SUPPORT: Encourages age-appropriate independence with toileting by depicting the trial-and-error that are a natural part of the potty training process.
SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING: The emotional aspects of potty training are fully integrated into the story, from enthusiasm about new undies to impatience when sitting on the potty.
FATHER-CHILD RELATIONSHIP: Highlights the supportive role that fathers can play in helping children achieve developmental milestones.
DUAL LANGUAGE: Bilingual edition supports language learning in home and childcare settings.
FORMAT: Board Book
- Product Dimensions: 6.70 x 6.50 inches
- Page Count: 26
- Age Range: Ages 1-4 years
AWARDS & ACCOLADES
“A diverse cast of children and adults is shown, and the bright colors and dark, often bold text is eye-catching. A great addition to bilingual board book collections” – School Library Journal
“This book is all about that important step where you graduate from diapers to underwear. It makes the whole process sound VERY cool to a young child. I think we owe this book a thank you already” – Betsy Bird, Fuse8 blog
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
Written by - Sumana Seeboruth
Sumana Seeboruth writes books inspired by the natural world and her two young children. A night owl, she is most likely to be found writing when her husband and children are fast asleep. She loves music and a noisy, happy house! Sumana is based in London, UK.
Illustrated by - Ashleigh Corrin
Ashleigh Corrin is the 2020 Ezra Jack Keats award-winning illustrator of Layla’s Happiness, a Kirkus and SLJ star reviewed children’s book. Her first published work was with Enchanted Lion Books in A Velocity of Being: Letters to a Young Reader. Ashleigh lives in Virginia with her family.