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Dear Baby: Letters from Your Big Brother

by Sarah Sullivan

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one boy gets new baby, so he starts writing a letter what he thinks for getting new baby in his family. after she is born, he still write a letter for her and for recognizing what he thinks and what changing his life. source: Pierce College Library
  yasutakan | May 6, 2014 |
This is a scrapbook an older (I'd peg at 6 years old or so) brother makes for his new baby sister during her first year of life. It covers the ups and downs of having a new sibling in pretty traditional fashion, but the format is unique and engaging -- especially for older kids. ( )
  adge73 | Sep 7, 2006 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763621269, Hardcover)

A young boy records the ups and downs of life as a new big brother in a scrapbook of funny, earnest letters and other touching memorabilia.

There's a baby on the way! Of course, Mike is very excited and curious about his new sibling. And he's very eager to assume his new role as a big brother. To start, he's decided to record his observations and experiences in a series of letters to the baby, displayed here along with playful illustrations of Mike's own drawings, family "snapshots," and even a sonogram. Whether Mike is feeling like an "invisible boy" or boasting of his new sister's talents, whether furious when she breaks his favorite toy or proud to save her from a hot curling iron, his account of his first year of life as an older brother evolves into a very special keepsake — and a funny, honest, and heartfelt tribute to sibling relationships.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:55:36 -0400)

Starting before she is even born, Mike writes letters to his baby sister telling her what it is like to be her older brother.

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