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My Baby Sister Is a Preemie (Helping Kids Heal)

by Diana M. Amadeo

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Sarah's little sister was born too early and is small and sick. She can tell that mommy and daddy are worried and is not sure why her sister is in a tiny glass box instead of a bed or blanket like she was when she was a baby. The family comes together to see that God is with the family no matter what happens to her baby sister.
  DaniGreen | Aug 13, 2015 |
It's about how Sarah's mom had her baby to soon and that baby Amy is to sick and little to come home right away. She has stuff attached to her body so that she can eat and breathe, until Amy is strong enough to drink from a bottle.

ages 4-8
pierce county library
  KaylaL | Feb 26, 2014 |
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It's pretty scary to see a new sibling wrapped in a glass box instead of a soft blanket. In this gentle story about a baby who arrives too soon, Sarah can see that Mommy and Daddy are worried, and that tiny Amy is sick. But her parents help her to see that God is with the family no matter what, even its newest, littest member. A special section at the end written by R. Scott Stehouwer, Ph. D., professor of psychology at Calvin College and clinical psychologist, provides suggestions for parents and caregivers of hurting children.

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When her baby sister is born too soon, Sarah does not understand what is going on until a nurse explains the tubes and wires and her mother reminds her that God is with tiny Amy, even in the hospital.

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