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Emma's Yucky Brother by Jean Little

Emma's Yucky Brother (edition 2001)

by Jean Little, Jennifer Plecas (Illustrator)

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Title:Emma's Yucky Brother
Authors:Jean Little
Other authors:Jennifer Plecas (Illustrator)
Info:HarperCollins (2001), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 64 pages
Collections:3rd-4th Grade Readers, Contemporary Realistic Fiction, Chapter Books, Picturebooks
Tags:Adoption, siblings, shy

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Emma's Yucky Brother by Jean Little



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This is a great book for children who are learning about family ( )
  zt138 | Apr 4, 2017 |
This book talks about adoption. When the Emma's family adop the young brother, first, she doesn't like, but later, she like her young brother.

Source: Pierce College Library
Age: 5 +
  Yuna0130 | Mar 3, 2014 |
emma doesn't like to do things with her brother at first. then when she spends time with her friend and her brother she decides its not that bad until her brother decided he only wanted to play with her friend and not her and called her yucky.this made emma feel sad and she would try everything to get her brother to like her . then her brother was in her room one day and broker her dolls head off which was an accident but he ran away because he was scared. emma was mad at first but then her friend helped her fix it then she went looking for her brother and when she found him told him she wasnt mad and she fixed it and he loved her and hugged her decided she was not yucky anymore.This is a good pre-k to third grade book.
pierce college
  DellaShaw | Feb 28, 2014 |
Emma always wants to have a little brother. Her parent decide to adopt a little boy. She was happy but little brother call her yucky sister, and she thought he doesn't like her. finally, they understand and love each other.
Ages: 3-8
Source: Pierce College Library
  Hamidfaezeh | Feb 12, 2014 |
Emma's family gets a new brother, named Max. He is going to be adopted. This book is about what the family getting a new family feels, as well as the feelings of Max, the new child in the family.
  RachelHollingsworth | Feb 5, 2014 |
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Emma finds out how hard it is to be a big sister when her family adopts a four-year-old boy named Max.

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