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FAMILY LIFE: New Baby In The Family

FAMILY LIFE: New Baby In The Family

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A baby sister for Frances book A baby sister for Frances

Hoban, Russell.

When things change around the house after her baby sister is born, Frances decides to run away--but not too far.

Arthur's baby book Arthur's baby

Brown, Marc Tolon.

Arthur isn't sure he is happy about the new baby in the family, but when his sister asks for his help in handling the baby, Arthur feels much better.

Baby baby blah blah blah! book Baby baby blah blah blah!

Shipton, Jonathan.

Emily loves lists. And when her parents tell her that they are going to have a baby, she makes a very important list-the pros and cons of having a new baby. A sibling is good because you can play pat-a-cake with it, but a baby is mostly bad because it doesn't do anything except suck, dribble, spit up, and cry. Worst of all, when the baby arrives everyone will say baby this and baby that and baby baby blah blah blah!

Big like me book Big like me

Hines, Anna Grossnickle.

A boy tells his baby sister all the things he will show her as she grows, from snow and bouncing high to making faces and blowing out candles.

Brand-new baby blues book Brand-new baby blues

Appelt, Kathi, 1954-

The arrival of a new little brother has his big sister singing the blues.

Goldie is mad book Goldie is mad

Palatini, Margie.

A little girl is very upset when her baby brother drools on her doll, but during a time-out, she thinks of some of the things she likes about her brother.

I'm a big sister book I'm a big sister

Cole, Joanna.

A sister enumerates the joys of welcoming a new baby to the family and the advantages of already being "big."

Julius, the baby of the world book Julius, the baby of the world

Henkes, Kevin.

Lilly is convinced that the arrival of her new baby brother is the worst thing that has happened in their house until Cousin Garland comes to visit.

Little Rabbit's new baby book Little Rabbit's new baby

Horse, Harry.

Little Rabbit has looked forward to becoming a big brother, but when Mama brings home triplets, he quickly realizes that babies are not as much fun as he thought they would be.

Love the baby book Love the baby

Layne, Steven L.

Depicting a child's reaction when Mommy brings a new baby home, this picture book can teach children how to be patient with and honest about their feelings of welcoming a new sibling.

My baby & me book My baby & me

Reiser, Lynn.

Photographs and simple text portray interactions between babies and their toddler siblings.

My heart is a magic house book My heart is a magic house

Jacobs, Julie.

A new baby is coming and Stephanie Squirrel is dismayed. Stephanie doesn't want to share her food, her toys--and especially not her mommy's love. But Mommy explains that her heart has a special room for everyone.

On Mother's lap book On Mother's lap

Scott, Ann Herbert.

A small Eskimo boy discovers that Mother's lap is a very special place with room for everyone.

Pecan pie baby book Pecan pie baby

Woodson, Jacqueline.

When Mama's pregnancy draws attention away from Gia, she worries that the special bond they share will disappear forever once the baby is born.

Peter's chair. book Peter's chair.

Keats, Ezra Jack.

When Peter discovers his blue furniture is being painted pink for a new baby sister, he rescues the last unpainted item, a chair, and runs away.

Rosie and Tortoise book Rosie and Tortoise

Wild, Margaret, 1948-

Rosie the hare is afraid to hold her premature baby brother because he seems so fragile until their father tells her a special story about a tortoise and a hare.

Smile, Principessa! book Smile, Principessa!

Enderle, Judith Ross.

Mama and Papa call their little Principessa bambina Bina, and Papa takes her picture every day.Then bambino Pasquale -- Bino -- is born, and everything changes. Papa doesn't take pictures of Bina anymore; now he only seems to care about making Bino smile!

Ten little wishes :  a baby animal counting book book Ten little wishes : a baby animal counting book

Alban Gosline, Andrea.

Prominent colorful numbers and baby animals on each page capture the attention of newborns and imaginations of preschoolers. A bookplate in the front is perfect for preserving loving words to a young child.

The new baby at your house book The new baby at your house

Cole, Joanna.
E 306.875 COLE

Describes the activities and changes involved in having a new baby in the house and the feelings experienced by the older brothers and sisters.

The night you were born book The night you were born

McCormick, Wendy.

As he waits at home with his aunt for his baby sister to be born at the hospital, a young boy hears what his aunt did while waiting for him to be born.

There's going to be a baby book There's going to be a baby

Burningham, John.

A young boy imagines what life will be like when his new sibling arrives.

What to expect when the new baby comes home book What to expect when the new baby comes home

Murkoff, Heidi Eisenberg.
E 305.232 MURKOFF

Answers children's questions about what new babies look like, what they do and don't do, and what having one around the house will really be like.

Will it be a baby brother? book Will it be a baby brother?

Bunting, Eve, 1928-

A little boy is certain that his expectant mother will give birth to a baby brother.

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