OOPS! I Wet the Bed
Mom's Choice Award Winner
It is not uncommon for a child to be a bedwetter and to wet their bed. It certainly can be very frustrating and embarrassing. A child shouldn't be burdened with excess guilt if he or she does wet their bed.
Loving support, along with practicing some simple precautions and good advice could chase the pee-pee monster away and allow the bedwetting child to stay dry throughout the night.
Hard Cover Print ISBN: 978-1-941095-19-5
eBook ISBN: 978-1-941095-15-7
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This Book Will Be Available November, 2016
"OOPS! I WET MY BED," is quite cute. I enjoyed the pictures as well as some of the simpler rhymes. I think the shorter sentences will appeal to younger children because of their simplicity and how catchy they sound.
Dr. Desirae Moreno
OOPS! I Wet My Bed by Paul M. Kramer, Cynthia is five years old. She's also experiencing something new. She wakes up and is extremely wet. No one is sure why though. Cynthia is given a new potty and her parents work with her to keep the potty monsters away. Cynthia is worried about not being able to make it to the potty. It really scares her when she tries to poop in the potty.
I think this is a fantastic guide for parents beginning the potty training phase of their child's life. There are many suggestions on how to get the ball rolling. It's well written and the illustrations are amazing. I like that this book let's parents and children know it's okay if you wet the bed, but there are ways to prevent it.
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