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by Joanna Cole,Maxie Chambliss

eBook I'm a Big Sister (Spanish edition) download ISBN: 0060857382
Author: Joanna Cole,Maxie Chambliss
Publisher: Rayo (January 1, 2020)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1278 kb
Fb2: 1974 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

I'm A Big Sister Paperback – May 18, 1997. by Joanna Cole; Maxie Chambliss (Author).

I'm A Big Sister Paperback – May 18, 1997.

A companion volume to I'm a Big Sister. On the last page of each book, Cole offers sound, cogent advice to parents on guiding and reassuring children with a new baby in the family

A companion volume to I'm a Big Sister. Similar authors to follow. On the last page of each book, Cole offers sound, cogent advice to parents on guiding and reassuring children with a new baby in the family. Consider multiple copies of these useful and appealing books.

Joanna Cole (Author), Rosalinda Kightley (Illustrator). I’m a Big Sister and I’m a Big Brother are bestsellers and it’s clear why. They empower first-time older siblings by filling them in on their new role: Mommy and Daddy’s helper with the new baby

Joanna Cole (Author), Rosalinda Kightley (Illustrator). They empower first-time older siblings by filling them in on their new role: Mommy and Daddy’s helper with the new baby. The Best Books for Soon-to-Be Big Brothers and Sisters ) (Brightly).

I'm a Big Sister book. An companion to ''I'm a Big Brother'', this Joanna Cole and Maxie Chambliss children's book shows big sisters through short and concise affirmations and clear graphics, the ways of behaving when a new sibling comes home. Additionally, a guideline for parents is included as a conclusion.

Joanna Cole, Maxie Chambliss. Combines easy-to-read text and colorful illustrations that follow the experiences of a big sister as she helps to care for a baby sibling, and includes parent tips on responding to the needs of older children. By the authors of How I Was Adopted.

I'm a Big Sister Hardcover – January 2010 by Joanna Cole (Author), Rosalinda Kightley (Illustrator) "Someone new is at our house," begins this loving, reassuring look at sisterhood from trusted aut.

2010 Язык: SPA Размер: 1. 3 x 1. 0 x . 6 cm Рейтинг: Поставляется из: США Описание: Paper-over-board picture book that explores the arrival of a new baby. A note from Joanna Cole: While I was writing The Magic School Bus and the Climate Change Challenge, all I could think about was the kids who will read it.

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3 year old kid reading " I'm a Big Brother " by Joanna Cole and illustrated by Maxie Chambliss.

Author:Maxie Chambliss. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard.

Combines easy-to-read text and colorful illustrations that follow the experiences of a big sister as she helps to care for a baby sibling, and includes parent tips on responding to the needs of older children. By the authors of How I Was Adopted.
Comments: (7)
YSOP
We bought this for my 2 year old daughter to help her understand what will happen when her baby brother arrives. She loves the book, and I love how it contrasts the older sister against the baby as more independent and being able enjoy all the things that big kids can do. As the first born and the first grandchild for both sets of grandparents, she is used to receiving all of our attention and my hope is that this book will help her to understand the baby's constant need for attention.
INvait
My niece had trouble with her elder daughter 3 years of age adjusting to the new baby.She wouldn't even be photographed with her. My niece read the books to her a few times and they talked about things and she sent me this photo a week later
Whitesmasher
I guess I should've done a little more reading up on this book (no pun intended), before I made this purchase. I got it to tell my 8 year old daughter that my husband and I are expecting. One of the recommended ages I saw was 4-8 or PreK-2nd, but the back of the book says 2-5, which is definitely more accurate. I could have used something a little more mature, but I guess it's a little late for that now. For a toddler, this is a good book to use, but anything over that, look elsewhere.
Hinewen
We bought this book along with a couple others to help our daughter with the idea of a new baby coming into the family. By far the best out of the lot. We started reading the book to her when my wife was 6 months pregnant (daughter was 2 1/2). The book is well drawn with enough words to get the point across and uses terms she could relate to (i.e. Sometimes babies cry to tell us something or babies are to little to eat pizza or ice cream, etc.) We modified the story a bit and insert her and her soon to be sisters name in it. From day one, big sister used the things she learned and has been amazing with the new baby. The first time baby cried, she said "uh oh! She's crying to tell us something. Maybe she needs a new diaper." We highly recommend this book and will be purchasing it for our friends who graduate to multiple Littles.
Nuliax
VERY cute book for a big sister or big sister-to-be! What I love about this book is that it focuses on the positives of being "big" and empowers the big sister to be a good helper. There are no negative connotations with having a new baby (as I've seen in other books), and the baby in the pictures could be a boy or girl. It does show a picture of Daddy feeding the baby a bottle - no breastfeeding mentioned. The illustrations are colorful & cute, and it is a very quick/easy read. Age-wise, I would recommend this for 3-6 yr-olds.
Opilar
This is a must for little girls being promoted to big sister. Our son had the Big brother version before our 2nd was born and it was so wonderful I felt getting the girl version to prepare #2 for #3 was worth it. And it has been. Even when my little 2-year-old is helping me in the kitchen she says "I can help. I'm a big sister now."

Also, I have given this book as a gift and my friend was very grateful. The images are great and the language is simple enough kids as young as 18-months can learn about their new responsibility as big brother/sister.

It covers ideas like, babies can't eat big kid food, babies cry to tell us something is wrong, mom and dad still love you even if a new baby arrives, you were a baby once too, and more! At the end of the book there is a little tips page for parents. It really is fabulous and I highly recommend it.
Aurizar
I originally bought "Waiting for Baby" by Rachel Fuller for our almost two year old. It was good, but it wasn't quite what I expected. I decided to give this one a try, and I LOVE it! I don't plan on giving it to her until the new baby is born, but the book is written in a way that I think will help her feel special and needed in a time that almost everything will be about the new baby.
Cute, typical big-sister preparation book. This is not a board book, but a small-sized book with regular pages. I like that it warns children that babies need some time before they can play together, though it quickly jumps to the big sister helping hold and cuddle the baby--which small children may not be able to do.