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It's Not Fair! Paperback – 1 Mar 2007

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Anita Harper is a psychotherapist and has written a number of children's books. Mary McQuillan has illustrated a number of picture books. This is her first for Piccadilly.

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Growing up isn't always easy... 3 Oct. 2007
By DJ Joe Sixpack - Published on
Format: Hardcover
In this book, a little girl complains that her baby brother gets away with sorts of misbehavior that she's told she can't do, because she's a big girl. She can't make messes or yell without being corrected, but the baby is allowed to... On the other hand, she realizes, she gets to do all sorts of things the baby can't - stay up late, go to school, etc. Eventually she decides it's okay that she's not a baby anymore, and she looks forward to her brother growing up, too. These issues have been explored in many books before, but this one is pretty nice, with a fairly skillful story arc. The artwork, with the little girl as an orange, cartoonish kitty-cat, is appealing as well. (ReadThatAgain)
Great children's book for new baby in the house. 3 July 2013
By susan lloyd - Published on
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
This is about how hard it is to have a new baby in the home with all the attention going to the baby. But there is a flip side, all the things the bigger sibling can do that the baby cannot do.
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