Potty training can be a stressful time for everyone - the new potty-user included. Check out some of our favorite toilet-themed titles to help your little one feel the potty power!

How to Potty Train Your Monster by DiPucchio: “Congratulations! Your monster is growing up…and up…and UP! Now it’s time to potty train him! Potty training is not always the easiest task to navigate—especially for growing monsters. Thankfully, with the help of this easy-to-use guide, young ones can be sure not to forget any steps in the process. With hilarious text and playful, energetic illustrations this potty training guide is a must-have for little kids and little monsters everywhere.”

Duck Goes Potty by Dahl: “Little Duck learns to go potty all by himself, but not without a few accidents. This lighthearted board book makes potty training a little more fun. A must have for all new parents!”

Don’t Go There! by Willis: “Lid up, pants down, bottom on the seat! They must not have toilets in outer space, because this baby Martian keeps going in the wrong place: a bird bath, a bin, an upturned hat. Perhaps if he masters "The Toilet Song," he might learn where to go!”

Skip to the Loo!: A Potty Book by Lloyd-Jones: “Everyone is invited to celebrate -- from a lonely dodo to a wibbly woo, from Lord and Lady Huff Puff to an elephant in a tutu. But when the party is in full swing and everyone's on their potty, Bunny sees that someone very important is missing. Who could it be?”

Once Upon a Potty by Frankel: “This is THE potty training book. It has it all, bright graphics, simple language, fun story and an anatomically correct hero. With an edition for each gender, the book relates directly to the child, making the potty-training process relatable and easy to understand.”

Pottytime for Chickies by Trasler: “Learning to go potty is tricky for the Chickies! This lovable, heartwarming series makes a great gift for any new family. Experience all of the big parenting milestones with the Chickies. With engaging rhymes, endearing illustrations, and a soft padded cover, these books are perfect for babies and toddlers to enjoy.”

Potty Animals: What to Know When You’ve Got to Go! by Vestergaard: “Meet Wilbur, who won't wash his hands after going potty. Wilma, who waits too long...and sometimes doesn't make it in time. And Freddie, who's afraid to flush. These are just a few of the preschool animals who need a little help with their bathroom etiquette! With wit and good humor, Hope Vestergaard presents a unique "toilet basics" guide for toddlers. It covers everything from lifting the seat and closing the door to planning ahead when you're on a trip. All told in cheerful rhyme, with hilarious illustrations, it's a fun way to handle a serious subject.”

Danny is Done with Diapers: a Potty ABC by O’Connell: “Adam avoids accidents. Brianna is busy in the bathroom. Caleb is comfy and clean! Danny and his friends know twenty-six ways to be done with diapers. Rebecca O'Connell's fun, familiar examples and Amanda Gulliver's bright, cheery art help kids practice their potty knowledge and learn their letters, too!”

I Use the Potty by Van Lieshout: “Babies wear diapers. Do big kids? No! Big kids use the potty! Every child's life is filled with milestones. Some happen easily; others need a little extra support. Artist and mom Maria van Lieshout has been there. Drawing upon her own experiences, she has created an engaging series of books that are just right for children on the brink of major changes and the caregivers who encourage them.”

Poop or Get Off the Potty! by McNamara: “When Mason and Mia were babies, they pooped a lot--always in their diapers. Now that they're big kids, it's time to use the potty. But what is the potty for? Naps? NO. Books? NO. Playing the drums? No, no, no! Mason and Mia look ahead to official big-kid territory in Poop or Get off the Potty!, this hilarious, instructive story from with special emphasis on that momentous toddler milestone: pooping in the potty!”

Dinosaur vs. the Potty by Shea: “Dinosaur doesn't need to use the potty. Even when he's making lemonade, running through the sprinkler, having a three-juice-box lunch, and splashing in rain puddles. See? He's doing his victory dance. Wait . . . that's not a victory dance-it looks like a POTTY DANCE! Run, Dinosaur, run! Can he make it in time? Potty wins! Close one, Dinosaur. Real, real close.”

Goldilocks and the Just Right Potty by Hodgkinson: “Little Goldilocks wants to wear big-girl underwear that's not too silly and not too frilly, but just right. But that means she also needs to find the "just right" potty. Will she know when she needs to go? And will she get to the potty in time? Find out in this light hearted story that will have parents and their little ones feeling ready to tackle toilet training.”