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Four-year-old Nina has adventures while determined to get to the bathroom.

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Nina has a playdate with her best friend.
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Nina has her first day at preschool.
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Nina goes to a fancy restaurant but chaos ensues when her last meatball escapes her plate.
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Nina has trouble falling asleep and goes on an unexpected ride on her brother's skateboard.
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At a museum, Nina wanders off and gets lost.
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Nina needs to go at the Tower of London.
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Nina's brother tries to help Nina find the bathroom at a country fair.
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Nina needs to go at the library, but she doesn't want to miss the end of storytime.
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Nana helps Nina get to the bathroom at a wedding.
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Nina is a mermaid in a parade.
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Nina doesn't want to "go" in the woods.
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Nana and some animal friends help Nina get to the bathroom on time at the zoo.
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When a traffic jam prevents the family from getting Nina to a bathroom.
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Nina builds sand castles on the beach and doesn't realize she has to go to the bathroom.
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Nina and Mom are at the top of a ski lift.
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Nina's brother does his best to get Nina to the loo at the water park.
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Nina tries to get to the bathroom on a crowded train.
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Nina is in full costume for the school play.
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Nina and Nana race through the shopping mall.

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