You're wrong, I'm not! Or... am I?"
How do you teach "The Golden Rule" to very young children? By showing them an example of what it is like to have someone do unto you the very thing that you do unto others! With a bonus toilet training lesson...
Monkey Bandit, much like any toddler, sees nothing wrong... when he's doing something wrong, such as going potty in a bush in the back of the garden, even though everybody else tells him that the garden is not a toilet. But when the neighbors' dog goes potty on his very own bush, Monkey Bandit is furious! Until, that is, he realizes that he himself had been doing to others what the dog was doing to him!
This is not so much a story about potty training, although it delivers the not-so-subtle message that it is best to go potty in the potty or the toilet. But what this story shows is the important lesson of seeing yourself through the eyes of others - and realizing when you are doing something wrong.
This colorfully illustrated, funny children's story will make babies and toddlers giggle at the misadventures of Monkey Bandit - and deliver powerful life lessons in the process.