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Little Miss, Big Sis

By Jan Carr, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Big sis loves little sis in sweet new-sibling tale.

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Sisterhood is powerful -- and fun! -- in this spirited celebration of welcoming a new baby and being a big sister. The downsides of being an older sibling are downplayed. There are no raw feelings of jealousy in LITTLE MISS, BIG SIS, just a little one who "sometimes takes toys. And sometimes annoys." The real fun begins when the baby grows up to walk and talk, and the two sisters, "forever protected, forever connected," are old enough to share bunk beds and pass nighttime notes. Told in rhyme that misses only occasionally, the art is as sweet as the sister love.

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