I've Got To Go by Guido GenechtenI've Got To Go by Guido Genechten

I've Got To Go

IllustratorGuido Genechten

Picture Books | May 26, 2017

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A fun book that shows the transition from potty to big kid toilet that toddlers and preschoolers will love." - Mom Read It blog Doggy has to go. It's urgent. But Little Sis is sitting on his potty! That's because Mouse is sitting on her potty ... Doggy runs past all the potties in the house, but they are all occupied. And now Doggy has to go very urgently. A funny potty book about a little dog who finds his way to the big toilet by accident. For everyone who has to go very urgently. "
Guido Van Genechten (1957, Belgium) studied drawing and painting, graphics and photography. Afterwards he worked for many years in the graphic industry. Now Guido works as a fulltime illustrator of children's books. In 1998 he won the international Illustrator's Award City of Hasselt with his picture book Ricky. This prize was the begi...
Title:I've Got To GoFormat:Picture BooksDimensions:32 pages, 10.25 × 9.75 × 0.33 inPublished:May 26, 2017Publisher:ClavisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1605373370

ISBN - 13:9781605373379


Editorial Reviews

Part race against time, part matching puzzle, and wholly fun, Guido van Genechten's I've Got to Go will have preschoolers giggling as they follow Doggie past potty after potty in search of a place to go. The large-format book with van Genechten's brightly colored portrayals of each adorable animal sitting on a potty is sure to engage kids. With time and options running out, Doggy's "big boy" decision to try the regular toilet will intrigue little ones learning this skillthemselves." - Celebrate Picture Books "This book deals with the sometimes-difficult transition between a toddler using his or her own potty chair and using a grown-up toilet. Kids who enjoy toilet talk will likely giggle at the silly plot-line and at the illustrations - especially those which show animals in the process of sometimes-messy elimination." - Kiss the Book "A fun book that shows the transition from potty to big kid toilet that toddlers and preschoolers will love." - Mom Read It blog "Hiilarious... .Great to read to that little one who is scared of the "throne." - Flora Fung, Librarian "Both kids and adults will be laughing their heads off as they discover how Doggy finally finds relief and just in the nick of time. This funny and charming book is one that everyone can relate to and will be a perfect read aloud to share." - Marilyn Panton, Storywraps "A fun story with cute illustrations that will be a hit at storytime." - Ryan Franklin, librarian "