IF you have a child that is potty training get this book a great read and a wonderful connect at this time in their young life. -Amazon Review
Everybody has to go… even turtles!
Adonis the Turtle still wears a diaper at two years old. When his mama gives him a potty, Adonis accidentally makes a huge mess the first time he uses it! Adonis is scared to use the potty again. He only wants to use his diaper.
Mama, Papa, and their friends tell Adonis all about pottying. Because he was nervous, Adonis asked a lot of questions. He learns how to use the potty and why everyone needs to go.
Will Adonis find the courage to try the potty again? Let’s find out!
About the Author
Driven by a great propensity to help children develop, his desire to give little children something to enjoy at a tender age and the need to start improving their reading and counting skills, Avery B writes engaging children’s books, targeting families with small children. Having several nieces and nephews further fuels his ambitions to write for children, catering even to those with special needs, aiming at teaching them the basics of life. Avery holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre and Arts.
In his debut title, Adonis Learns How to Potty, Avery takes children through Adonis’s journey of learning how to putty. Initially characterized by fear and accidents, Adonis eventually learns how to potty through the help of some caring neighbors. Through the book, children learn courage and that everything is possible despite fear and challenges.
Avery B loves spending time with family, watching movies, and reading books whenever he is free. He is also passionate about playing board games, traveling, and reading books to children.