Bed-Wetting: Resource List
Books for Children
Ages 2 to 9
- Accidental Lily by Sally Warner Knopf 2000
- David's Secret Soccer Goals by Caroline Levine Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004
- Do Little Mermaids Wet Their Beds? by Jeanne Willis Morton Grove, IL., Albert Whitman, 2004
- Dry Days, Wet Nights by Maribeth Boelts Kathy Parkinson (illustrator) Whitman, 1994
- Prince Bravery & Grace: Attack of the Wet Knights by Gail Ann Gross Brookville Media LLC, 2007
- The Candy Corn Contest by Patricia Giff Econo Clad Books, 1999
- Waking Up Dry: A Guide to Help Children Overcome Bedwetting by Howard Bennett American Academy of Pediatrics, 2005
Books for Adults
- Getting to Dry: How to Help Your Child Overcome Bedwetting by Max Maizels, Harvard Common Press, 1997
- Seven Steps to Nighttime Dryness: A Practical Guide For Parents of Children With Bedwetting by Renee Mercer Brookeville Media, 2004
- The Complete Bedwetting Book: Including a Daytime Program for Nighttime Dryness by D. Preston Smith, PottyMD, 2006
National Kidney Foundation / National Enuresis Society
National Library of Medicine's MedlinePlus: Toilet Training and Bedwetting
Bedwetting Alarm Manufacturers
- Nytone Alarm: Nytone Medical Products, 2424 South 900 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84119, or call 801-973-4090.
- Nite Train'r Alarm: Koregon Enterprises, 9735 S.W. Sunshine Court, Suite 100, Beaverton, OR 97005, or call 800-544-4240.
- Wet-Stop Alarm: Palco Laboratories, 8030 Soquel Ave., Suite 104, Santa Cruz, CA 95062, or call 800-346-4488. http://www.wet-stop.com
- Potty Pager (silent alarm): Ideas for Living, 1285 North Cedarbrook, Boulder, CO 80304, or call 800-497-6573. http://www.pottypager.com
Bedwetting Alarms, Books and Other Supplies
Compiled by Catherine Smith, MLS, medical librarian at the Family Health Library, The Children's Hospital, Denver, CO.
Published by RelayHealth.
Last modified: 2008-08-11
Last reviewed: 2010-06-04
This content is reviewed periodically and is subject to change as new health information becomes
available. The information is intended to inform and educate and is not a replacement for medical
evaluation, advice, diagnosis or treatment by a health care professional.