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The arrival of her new baby sister makes Frances feel left out, but she quickly realizes that her feelings are wrong and that, in fact, there are many advantages in being the firstborn child. Original.
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Text: Spanish (translation)
Original Language: English
PreSchool-Grade 3. This Spanish version of a perennial favorite is very simple and enjoyable to read. The impish badger Frances is feeling neglected ever since her sister Gloria was born. She sits under the sink or kitchen table and sings little songs to gain attention. Her parents convince her that being a big sister has its advantages and let her know that even though they think babies are wonderful, they would not feel like a real family without her. Older siblings will relate to Frances's feelings. The outstanding watercolor illustrations are bright and expressive, conveying the story's many emotions to a tee.?Diane Tureski, NYPL
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Book Description Trophy Pr, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. 1st Spanish ed. Seller Inventory # DADAX0064434613
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