There's a Baby in the House : A Children's Book About Welcoming a New Baby Sibling. by Liz Fletcher
Publisher: Brave Kids Press
Welcoming a new sibling can be daunting but have no fear - Louie is here to help! In the fourth book of its series, Louie is a super elephant who is always ready for adventure, but lately he's been feeling a little lonely. Louie is told that a new baby is coming and that changes everything! New adventures await, let's go! With sweet rhymes and beautiful illustrations, this book inspires friendship, bravery and greatness. A perfect new baby book gift for toddlers and loved ones. A Note from the publisher: Give Your Child the Courage That He or She Needs to Quickly Conquer New Milestones without Stress or Overwhelm.The toddler years can be the most amazing, yet challenging times. On one hand, it's hard to believe that your little one is growing up before your eyes (and it's the most incredible joy to be part of) but on the other hand, with growing up comes change and new milestones. These transitions can often be daunting for both the child and the parent. We created the character, Louie, with your child in mind. It's our goal that your child will instantly relate with Louie's adventurous spirit, independence and fun loving nature. He or she will giggle through this sweet, rhythmic story but also learn that change can be overcome by a little courage and that the outcome can actually lead to even more fun and adventure!We understand that there are many different tactics and tools to conquer transitions (and that each household may handle them differently), however, we strongly believe that before technique there needs to be a want and desire within the child. The same is true for adults. Think about it, there's no way you're going to learn a foreign language if you don't have the desire. You can be thrown into some of the best classrooms and programs but will have a hard time grasping the information until you're actually interested and motivated.Louie's Little Lessons sole focus is to ignite curiosity and motivation when it comes to facing change (then, the technicalities can be taught whichever way you chose), however, the first and most challenging step is establishing the correct mindset. We hope to help your child finds his/her desire to embrace change and courage for years to come
Babies Don't Eat Pizza: A Big Kids' Book About Baby Brothers and Baby Sisters by Dianne Danzig
From delivery to nursing, diaper duty to bath time, this book walks siblings and their parents through basics of bringing a new baby home. Also included is a note to parents with tips on how to prepare the older child for the new baby and what to expect.
You're The Biggest is a delightful book for a new sibling celebrating their role as the biggest following the arrival of a new baby.The story follows two charming foxes, on a colourful journey, discovering the unique role of an older sibling. Beautifully illustrated in full colour this book is hard backed with cheerful end papers.With space for you to write a personal message in the front this book is a wonderful keepsake and makes the perfect gift for a child on the arrival of their new brother or sister.Our Welcome To The World book complements this title and makes the perfect gift for the new baby.Ethically produced from sustainable sources.Made with love, from you to me.
Little Dragon is about to be a big brother... A new baby dragon is on the way, and Little Dragon is not happy about it. There's no way this can be good! Little Dragon doesn't even want to look at the egg. He ignores it, then tries hiding it. He even "decorates" it, which just makes a big mess. But soon enough... Rattle, rattle, CRACK! When the big moment finally arrives, the whole family receives a surprise! Maybe things aren't so bad after all. Little Dragon and the New Baby addresses the universal difficulty of adjusting to the idea of a new sibling.
What About Me?: A Book By and For An Autism Sibling by Brennan Farmer
Publisher: Farmer Publishing
"Having a sibling on the spectrum brings great joy. It also brings a flurry of emotions, challenges and questions. Written by a seven-year-old boy, "What About Me?" works through the day-to-day struggles and joys of being an autism sibling."--Back cover.
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