Read ➪ Big Sister Now Author Annette Sheldon –

Big Sister Now Kate Explains Her Feelings Of Being Left Out And Forgotten When Her Baby Brother Arrives She Experiences The Typical Confusion And Mixed Emotions That Result From Having To Share Her Parents With A New And Demanding Sibling But With Wit And A Resourceful Nature, Kate Explores Her Role And Achieves The Confidence To Embrace Her Little Brother.

Read ➪ Big Sister Now  Author Annette Sheldon –
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Big Sister Now
  • Annette Sheldon
  • English
  • 04 June 2019
  • 1591472431

    10 thoughts on “Read ➪ Big Sister Now Author Annette Sheldon –

  1. says:

    This was a cute book about a toddler who has a new baby brother It talks about how she has to learn to wait for Mommy to help her with things as babies can t wait It touches a little on how the attention is on the baby but it also then shows how she still gets to spend one ...

  2. says:

    In addition to I m a New Big Sister, we got this for our five year old daughter when our son was born Of the two books, this one is a bit stronger for an older child It givescontext and the illustrations arerealistic which appealto our five year old.

  3. says:

    Kate struggles with her new role in the family, that of Big Sister She begins to embrace it when she realizes the fun new responsibilities she gets to take part in and ends up being very helpful in caring for her new baby brother.A note to parents about actions they can take...

  4. says:

    My daughter is becoming a big sister, so we picked up this book and a few others from the local library This book is great because it highlights the real emotion of having a new baby in the house and the real hurdles that can be expected Very relatable.

  5. says:

    I loved this story and especially the illustrations Written by an author friend of mine and readit to see what she had published Like the tone and the structure of the story and the beginning and the ending Will buy a copy for gift giving.

  6. says:

    Kate gets a baby brother named Daniel who cries a LOT and takes up much of Mom and Dad s time Not a sugar coated story about becoming a big sister of a coming to terms with it kind of story.

  7. says:

    Solid take on the new sibling genre Nice back matter for parents.

  8. says:

    This is a great book for preparing older siblings for a new baby Not all the options are this high quality.

  9. says:

    Straight forward look at an older sister s frustration about having a new baby taking up her mother s time Doesn t sugarcoat or make light of the matter Enjoyable and real.

  10. says:

    This was very cute and accompanied by adorable illustrations Excellent facial expressions

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