Last edited by Tutaur
Wednesday, July 8, 2020 | History

1 edition of My little big sister found in the catalog.

My little big sister

Marcia Leonard

My little big sister

by Marcia Leonard

  • 340 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by New American Library in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMarcia Leonard
SeriesFifteen -- 5
ContributionsCopyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCPB Box no. 769 vol. 15
The Physical Object
Pagination157 p. ;
Number of Pages157
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24508479M
ISBN 100451142438
LC Control Number97820138
OCLC/WorldCa13617492

  Kids can learn all about the preparations for a new baby — and how the baby is developing — in this unique nonfiction picture book! As this little girl and her parents prepare for the new baby's arrival with ultrasounds, a "big sister" shirt, and moments feeling the baby move, Caldecott Honor artist Jason Chin provides detailed illustrations of the baby's development. A my McCoy is a former elementary school teacher who began writing for children in the s. She works for a nonprofit whose mission is to help families raising children with disabilities navigate the world of special education. She enjoys teaching yoga, exercising, spending time with her family and friends, and reading books—with and without pictures.

Karen's Big Weekend (Baby-Sitter's Little Sister, No. 44) by Ann M. Martin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Big Sister Little Sister is a charming book about the relationship between a big sister and a little sister. I really enjoyed reading the book for a number of reasons. One reason I like the book is the illustrations because without them the book would not of been able to stand-alone. The art style used was fun and cartoony with great colors and /5(11).

  Big Sister, Little Sister, Red Sister sounded intriguing. I’d read the Wild Swans by Jung Chang several years ago, and was enthralled by it. Jung Chang has written several biographies and historical books about China. This is the first I’ve been tempted to read. Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for the chance to read an advance copy. A big sister begins to see the ups and downs of having a new sibling. Little Rabbit’s New Baby Harry Horse J PIC HOR Little Rabbit has looked forward to becoming a big brother, but when Mama brings home triplets, he quickly realizes that babies are not as much fun as he thought they would be. My Big Brother / My Big Sister Valorie Fisher J.


Share this book
You might also like
Report of the Workshop on the Employment Problem in Africa and the Role of the Jobs and Skills Programme for Africa (JASPA)

Report of the Workshop on the Employment Problem in Africa and the Role of the Jobs and Skills Programme for Africa (JASPA)

Casper Brainy Book

Casper Brainy Book

In search of Gandhi

In search of Gandhi

complete English gardener: or, gardening made perfectly easy

complete English gardener: or, gardening made perfectly easy

The duty and reward of evangelizing the heathen

The duty and reward of evangelizing the heathen

Psychic breakthroughs today

Psychic breakthroughs today

Decade of success

Decade of success

Once Is Enough

Once Is Enough

Project ECHO

Project ECHO

Edmund Blunden

Edmund Blunden

Echo.

Echo.

Motorcycles--fatal accident reporting system

Motorcycles--fatal accident reporting system

Micawber never advertised with us but he could have done

Micawber never advertised with us but he could have done

My little big sister by Marcia Leonard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Little Big Sister is a book about a girl who has an older brother with special needs. It shows the viewpoint of how the girl (Katie) feels about her brother, My little big sister book also talks about her desire to educate other children in her school about "special needs" since many simply do 5/5(71).

Along with "Out of My Mind" and "Wonder," "Little Big Sister" gives readers a stronger understanding of what people with disabilities experience, as well as the challenges faced by their family members. All three books inherently teach empathy and address head-on some of the topics that many of us tend to be too n/5.

Discover the highs and lows of being a "Little Big Sister" as you view the world through nine-year-old Katie's eyes. She has an older brother with autism who is loud and acts like a pre-schooler.

Katie quickly realizes that most kids just don't "get it" about autism and other disabilities. Meet nine-year-old Katie, the little sister who feels like a big sister.

Her eleven-year-old brother, Mikey, has autism. Katie can ride a two-wheeler, but Mikey’s bike still has training wheels. Katie rides the bus to school, while Mikey takes the special needs van/5.

Little Big Girl– This is a sweet story about becoming a big sister and sharing the wonders of your world with your new baby. I love how this book sets the soon-to-be big sister up as the new baby’s guide through life. Lola Reads to Leo– This simple story is about how a big sister reads to her little brother to connect with him.

I have four girls, ages 6, 5, 2, and almost My little big sister book. The older three *adore* this book. They pore over it, telling each other "you're the little sister, I'm the big sister!" or vice versa. It's a useful tool for helping children in either role of big or little sister feel empathy for the other/5(72).

What Sisters Do Best: (Big Sister Books for Kids, Sisterhood Books for Kids, Sibling Books for Kids) by Laura Numeroff and Lynn Munsinger | out of 5 stars Big Sister Coloring Book: A big sister color book with unicorns, fairies, and mermaids - new big sister gifts for little girls age 4 year old to age 6 book, promoted to big sister announcement.

by New Big Sister Books | out of 5 stars Paperback $ $ 6. Winner of the iParenting Media Book Awards Best ofthe colorful tales in I’m Going to Be a Big Sister by Brenda Bercun tells the story of Amanda who will soon become a big sister. In the story, Amanda discovers what it means to be a big sister as.

Gift for sister, sorority sister, The Best Thing About Sisters, 5" x 7" Journal, diary, memory book, scrapbook, sorority, big, little, gift FlamingoRoadJournals From shop FlamingoRoadJournals.

Through it all, Little Miss is learning how to be a much-loved big sister. VERDICT An engaging tale with vivacious, expressive illustrations and lively language.—Maria B.

Salvadore, formerly at District of Columbia Public Library From the Back Cover Little Miss will be a big sis /5(). Little Big Sister. ISBN Meet nine-year-old Katie, the little sister who feels like a big sister. Her eleven-year-old brother, Mikey, has autism.

Katie can ride a two-wheeler, but Mikey’s bike still has training wheels. Katie rides the bus to. My Little Big Sister (Fifteen, No 5) Mass Market Paperback – April 1 by Marcia Leonard (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — Author: Marcia Leonard. "My Little Big Sister" was my favorite. It is the story of Sylvie, a not quite in with the in crowd, not entirely sure of herself, soon to be sophomore at a new high school, who is stunned when out of the blue, junior class golden girl Marylin chooses her to be her "Little Sister".5/5(1).

New. Big Sister and Little Sister by Zolotow, Charlotte. Upc: Mpn: N/A. Recommended Age Range: Years. Once there was a big sister and a little sister.

Big sister always took care of little sister. Big sister always knew what to do. But one day little sister wanted to be alone. Little Big Sister. likes. Little Big Sister is a children's novel for ages The story helps people of all ages to "get it" about life with.

This helps to model positive sibling interaction without feeling preachy, and also provides an opportunity for big sisters to share the book once the little one is old enough to enjoy story time.

The pages are warmly illustrated by Lynn Munsinger, with cute tigers, bears, pigs having adventures with their little brothers or sisters. A heartwarming story about the joy a new baby brings, You're a Big Sister celebrates the best parts of an expanding family while assuring your little one that one thing will never change: your love for her.

Your child may not know how to feel about a new sibling at first. After all, a baby means changes for the whole family—some unexpected, some confusing, and some exciting. Written by award-winning children's author Jennifer Dewing and Illustrated by award-winning artist Jill McDonald, this hardcover book and coordinating medal is a perfect, adorable gift for a new big sister/5(51).

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

This personalized book and accompanying medal are the perfect way to help a new big sister feel loved and appreciated. It'll show her what an important and exciting responsibility it is to help out with her new little sibling.

" square; 20 pages. Ages newborn and up. Allow approximately 3 weeks for delivery. Click here for a virtual tour of.The basic premise is that the big sister always shows her little sister what to do, how to do it, etc.

The little sister, tired of her older sister telling her what to do, wanders off into the woods. Big sister chases and calls after her, and gives up and cries /5.When a special little girl becomes a big sister, her heart grows with love for the new little baby in her life.

A pretty pink and purple princess is standing on clouds in front of a pink castle. Perfect card to congratulate the little girl on becoming a big sister!

Product Id: