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Babies sure have a lot of growing up to do! They can’t eat with a fork, sleep in a real bed, poop on a potty, ride a trike, or read a book. On every sweet lift-the-flap spread, Karen Katz’s illustrations celebrate the varied accomplishments of older siblings who may be in need of a little ego-stroking after a new baby’s arrival! Each book ends on a warm, loving note with the older child reassuring the baby that "one day you’ll be big like me."
|Best-Ever Big Brother||
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Comments about Best-Ever Big Brother:
I bought this book for my 3 year old son who will be a big brother in a few months. I guess I was expecting a little more from the book. It almost seems as if it is written for a 1-2 year old, there is no story line and it's very simple, just a few short sentences on each page. But, then it will mention how the big brother can read while the baby can only chew on the book... So, the big brother abilities don't really match up with the simple style of the book. Something that totally hit a nerve with me was the page that said the baby will drink from a bottle, but big brothers drink from a cup. My son never drank from a bottle and I'm not planning on bottle feeding my newborn either. I think it's odd to assume that the baby wont be breastfed and have one of the very few pages of the book be taken up on that. The book just fell flat for us. A book my son enjoyed much more was "What Baby Needs" by Dr Sears.