Books on: Bedwetting

Books about bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis) which seek to reassure and inform children that are affected by this condition.
Do Little Mermaids Wet Their Beds?
Author: Jeanne Willis
Illustrator: Penelope Jossen
How this book may help: Anxiety and stress can sometimes be a contributing factor to bedwetting. This book gently explains that when children stop worrying, the problem can sometimes resolve itself.
Cecilia is very clever but there's one thing she can't do: stop wetting the bed. One night she is... read more

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Dippy's Sleepover
Author: Jane Clarke
Illustrator: Mary McQuillan
How this book may help: Reassuring children that bed wetting is normal, and gently preparing them for a night away from home.
Dippy the Dinosaur wets the bed, he has a sleepover arranged with his friend Spike but doesn't want... read more

Tags: anxiety

Clouds and Clocks - A Story For Children Who Soil
Author: Matthew Galvin, M.D.
Illustrator: M.S. Weber
Andy lives with his mum and grandad, but when grandad is hospitalised the worry causes Andy to... read more

Tags: anxiety, grandparent

Sammy the Elephant and Mr Camel
Author: Joyce C. Mills
Illustrator: Marcy Ramsey
How this book may help: Provides encouragement and support for children trying to overcome bedwetting, and acknowledges the emotions associated with this.
Publisher's summary: "Sammy The Elephant and Mr. Camel is a gently empowering book for children who have trouble staying..." read more

Tags: anxiety

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