A baby sister for Frances
When things change around the house after her baby sister is born, Frances decides to run away--but not too far.
Arthur isn't 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.
Brown, Marc Tolon.
Baby baby blah blah blah!
Emily loves lists. And when her parents tell her that they are going to have a baby, she makes a very important list-the pros and cons of having a new baby. A sibling is good because you can play pat-a-cake with it, but a baby is mostly bad because it doesn't do anything except suck, dribble, spit up, and cry. Worst of all, when the baby arrives everyone will say baby this and baby that and baby baby blah blah blah!
Big like me
A boy tells his baby sister all the things he will show her as she grows, from snow and bouncing high to making faces and blowing out candles.
Goldie is mad
A little girl is very upset when her baby brother drools on her doll, but during a time-out, she thinks of some of the things she likes about her brother.
I'm a big sister
A sister enumerates the joys of welcoming a new baby to the family and the advantages of already being "big."
Julius, the baby of the world
Lilly is convinced that the arrival of her new baby brother is the worst thing that has happened in their house until Cousin Garland comes to visit.
Little Rabbit's new baby
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.
Love the baby
Depicting a child's reaction when Mommy brings a new baby home, this picture book can teach children how to be patient with and honest about their feelings of welcoming a new sibling.