Caillou is growing up, and the Compass series grows right along with him. The theme of each book reflects Caillou's - and readers' - growth and corresponds to appropriate stages of child development, as Caillou experiences new situations and becomes more aware of his independence. Created with the input of a child psychologist, the Compass books can also help children to understand and express their feelings while encouraging parents to talk to children about their emotions.
This book did not help at all with the potty training. My daughter loves Caillou and I thought it might help her figure out the potty. It didn't.Published on July 16 2003 by Amy Rodriguez
A very colorful book. However, it focuses way too much on having accidents and not what to actually do at the potty. Read morePublished on May 9 2002
My son is 2 years and he walks around the the house saying "Caillou, That's Me". We could not figure out what a
"Ki-U" was. Read more
My three year old was just on the verge of being completely toilet trained when I ordered this book. Read morePublished on March 14 2002
I bought this book because my 2 1/2 year old son loves Caillou and we were in the midst of potty training. Read morePublished on Feb. 3 2002 by M Powell
My daughter loved this book and I am certain that it helped her through the potty training process. I would recommend it to anyone!Published on Oct. 26 2001