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Oh, Brother ... Oh, Sister! A Sister's Guide to Getting Along (American… (1999)

by Brooks Whitney

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I'll never forget the summer my little sister, Mandy, insisted on tagging along with me to sleepover camp.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 156247748X, Paperback)

This exploration of sibling relationships encourages girls to create stronger bonds with their brothers and sisters to help promote harmony at home. The book offers fun, practical advice on issues siblings face, including fighting, sharing, jealousy and respect - with tips, quizzes, and special tear-out extras to make family life easier.

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A girl's guide to getting along with siblings and surviving sticky situations, from teasing to tattling to sharing a room.

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