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What a Good Big Brother! (Picture Book)

by Diane Wright Landolf

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Young boy has new baby sister who cries a lot for all of the baby reasons. He does his part to be helpful and calming and brings about her first smile.
Ages: 2-4
Source: Pierce County Library, UP Branch
  karenburns | Mar 12, 2013 |
“Why is Sadie crying?” Cameron asks, and asks, and asks. While Cameron loves his new baby sister, he does not love her crying. Mom and Dad can quiet Sadie by changing her diaper, feeding her, and singing lullabies, but when all else fails, Cameron takes over. A Good Big Brother can rub tummies and kiss toes to turn a whimper into a smile!” (Amazon Summary)
  yunlee | Mar 12, 2013 |
Cameron loves his new baby sister, Sadie, even though she cries a lot! Cameron is a good big brother by helping his mom and dad take care of Sadie. One day Cameron gets Sadie to do something that surprises everyone! ( )
  librarywiz | Oct 2, 2009 |
thought this very sweet ( )
  mahallett | Apr 4, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375842586, Hardcover)

“Why is Sadie crying?” Cameron asks, and asks, and asks. While Cameron loves his new baby sister, he does not love her crying. Mom and Dad can quiet Sadie by changing her diaper, feeding her, and singing lullabies, but when all else fails, Cameron takes over. A Good Big Brother can rub tummies and kiss toes to turn a whimper into a smile!

With humor and warmth, New York Times bestselling illustrators Lou Fancher and Steve Johnson delightfully illustrate this fresh, positive, and true-to-life spin on getting a new sibling.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:45:33 -0400)

Cameron is always ready to help when his baby sister cries, whether by handing wipes to his father during a diaper change or finding the nursing pillow for his mother, until one day, when no one else can stop Sadie's tears, her big brother succeeds and gets a wonderful reward.… (more)

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