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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Poo-Bot 3000: A Potty Training Story for Kids by Justin Dockins is an educational story book with a delightful plot. Potty training is something that is difficult for kids while they are growing up. Many a time kids rebel a bit when they have to start using the potty. In this book, we see the little boy's parents getting his Poo-Bot and asking him to teach the robot how to start using the potty. It's really cute and the idea is original. It makes potty training easy for parents as we go along with the little boy and his robot in this story.
I enjoyed the concept and the originality. It's a fun story that is adorable and charming. The illustrations are bright and colorful and they make it easier for kids to understand the story better. The method given to make a Pee-Bot is really easy to comprehend and I am sure kids will enjoy trying it out at home. It is a cute bedtime story book for kids. Parents will enjoy reading it to them. The robot and the Poo-Bot will definitely hold the attention of kids. It is always good to write stories that have a concept or an educational theme for young kids. They learn easily through the stories and by looking at the pictures. This is a perfect book for all parents who are going through the process of potty training their kids.