Sister Bear is upset by all the attention her new baby sister is receiving.
Small Bear outgrows the bed his father made him when he was a baby–and none too soon.
Little brother Nick lists all the wonderful things his big brother does with him, preparing him to greet the new baby in the family.
Arthur is not sure he is happy about the new baby in the family, but when his sister asks for his help in handling the baby, Arthur feels much better.
A child eagerly welcomes home his new baby brother.
A new addition to the family is exciting, but the experience can also be worrying and confusing for siblings. Coping with the new situations and emotions that arise can be very challenging.
The arrival of a new sibling can be a confusing and frustrating time for a toddler. This book offers help to prepare them for the downfalls and delights of having a younger brother or sister.
You’re Getting a Baby Sister by Sheila Higginson
Describes all the feelings an older brother or sister might have when a new baby boy enters the family.
When Rex’s parents adopt a baby, she tries to be the perfect big sister. The trouble is, it’s a lot of work and it doesn’t leave time for much else–like her best friend, Pinky.
Eve is not sure how she feels when a new baby arrives in the house, but she soon learns that being a sister can be fun.
The new baby takes some getting used to, but she’s worth it.
A boy is a little jealous of his new baby brother until mommy gives him a hug and the new baby gives him a smile.