"There must be something better than nappies" sais the little princess. None too keen on her potty at first, she soon learns to love it - even if it isn't always there just when she needs it.
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Tony Ross was born in London in 1938. His dream was to work with horses but instead he went to art college in Liverpool. Since then, Tony has worked as an art director at an advertising agency, a graphic designer, a cartoonist, a teacher and a film maker - as well as illustrating over 250 books!From School Library Journal:
PreS Ross takes a frustrating and often stress-producing subjecttoilet trainingand infuses it with low-key humor. The little princess is not too thrilled with the idea when the queen first tells her, ``The potty's the place,'' but after some practice and several mishaps, she becomes quite pleased with her near-mastery of the art. Children will laugh at her antics and appreciate her predicament when caught unexpectedly at the top of the castle without her potty. The delightfully expressive drawings and non-didactic treatment of the difficult stages of toilet training will be enjoyed by both adults and lttle ones, as will the realization that even princesses have accidents. Janet E. Fricker, formerly at Phillipsburg Free Public Library, N.J.
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Descripción Andersen Press, Limited, 2000. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P11086264965X