Have You Seen My Potty? by Mij Kelly, Mary McQuillan

Have You Seen My Potty?

Written by Mij Kelly, Mary McQuillan
Illustrated by


Have You Seen My Potty? by Mij Kelly, Mary McQuillan

Suzy Sue has something very important to do... the truth is she needs to do a poo, but someone has borrowed her potty! Join her as she searches the farmyard for her bright red potty. Will she find it in time?'Youngsters, already tickled with the bathroom humour, will be in hysterics as Suzy Sue asks each animal in turn if they have seen her potty.' - Kirkus ReviewsAn hilarious rhyming story and 'A perfect book for potty training.' Bournemouth Echo Read about the author at www.mijkelly.com


A perfect book for potty training. * Bournemouth Echo *

About the Author

Mij's first children's book won the Kathleen Fidler award in 1993 and she's been writing ever since. She used to test out her stories on her children, now she tests them on her granddaughter. Her picture book 'One More Sheep' won the English Association 4-11 awards and was also shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal.Mary McQuillan was shorlisted for the Sheffield Book Award for her first picture book 'Who's Poorly, Too' written by FCBG winner Kes Gray. She is a highly successful illustrator with a knack for character and humour.

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32 pages


Mij Kelly, Mary McQuillan
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Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

5th June 2008



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