In a realistic look at the problem of sibling rivalry, an older brother describes all the special things that he can do that his little sister cannot.
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PreSchool-K-Two titles about a winning duo that will strike a chord with youngsters. They can easily stand alone, but reading them together enhances both experiences. I Can is told from the perspective of an older brother who relates his accomplishments and compares them to those of his younger sister. Me Too chronicles the younger sibling's efforts to keep up with her brother. Wonderful watercolor pictures highlight the love and friendship that the siblings share. These feelings are strong enough to overlook the fact that the pair never seem to fight, which may not be completely realistic. Nonetheless, the charming endings show that both children feel needed. Comparable to Kristine Church's My Brother John (Tambourine, 1991), Winter's books also point out each sibling's weaknesses, while at the same time focusing on their mutual adoration. Appealing additions.
Denise Furgione, Atlantic County Library, Mays Landing,
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Book Description DK CHILDREN, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111564581977
Book Description DK CHILDREN. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1564581977 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.0656679