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The First Rule of Little Brothers

by Jill Davis

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Oh dear, life can be awfully complicated when a younger brother or sister arrives on the scene. Before long, favourite toys are grabbed, tall towers are destroyed and ‘me too’ is an oft-heard phrase. For older children who are learning to get along with a little brother or sister, this picture book will ring true and inject some humor and insight into the experience.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 037584046X, Hardcover)

HE WANTS TO FOLLOWyou, play with you, act like you, do what you do, and be wherever you are. It’s like he’s trying to become you! Hey, wait—is that the plan?

If they’re big, if they’re little, if they’re in the middle, all siblings will recognize the dynamics of this affectionate silly-smart take on the joys, trials, and surprises of being linked to someone who will share their growing up like no one else. Parents will appreciate how the “rule” is conveyed through humor and silly sibling shenanigans in this warmhearted and lively tale. A great book for families to share.

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A young boy learns that, while his little brother's constant mimicking may be annoying, it is also a sign of admiration.

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