A sister discovers the joys of welcoming a new baby to the family and the advantages of already being "big."
"The parents share baby pictures of the older sibling reminding her that she was once little. They talk about things she can do now that she is big. She knows that her parents love her and she is uniquely herself." -- Children's Literature
"Cole has successfully captured the youngsters' voices, making it easy for readers to identify with them.... Familiar situations, as well as positive reinforcement of individuality and importance as part of the family, are good reasons to put this book into the hands of children who will soon be older siblings. A concluding "Note to Parents" in each book offers suggestions on how to communicate with older children about the changes that are coming." -- School Library Journal
|Recommended Age||3 - 6|
|Publication Date||Jan 5, 2010|