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As she sits sulking and eating cookies, her mother and father, fully aware of her presence, begin talking about how much they miss her, and how much they love her little songs, and how a family is everybody all together, not just a baby. Frances can't stand it anymore. She calls them from her imaginary telephone and tells them she'll be home soon. Russell Hoban and illustrator Lillian Hoban succeed again with a tender, comical, heartwarming story that will make any big brother or sister feel better about a new sibling in the house. For more adventures of this endearing, enduring badger family, don't miss Bedtime for Frances (with illustrations by Garth Williams); Bread and Jam for Frances; Best Friends for Frances; A Birthday for Frances; and A Bargain for Frances. (Ages 4 to 8) --Karin Snelson --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
The Frances series was one of my children's favorites and now we have them for my grandson! Sweet simple stories that address dilemma's children face (food, siblings, etc.).Published 12 days ago by Sherry Whitsett
I understand that this book is written for kids. Frances was having difficulty one day between her friends. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Lady Lilith
These are the BEST books and if you can get recordings to go along with them and elaborate yourself, they are hilarious!Published 6 months ago by bhamdiva92
My wife and I took two Frances books across the country to our 3 yr old grandson for his folks to read to him during his nightly bedtime story. Read morePublished 12 months ago by RJ
I gave this book to a 3-year old child (who can read) who was expecting a new baby sister. The book was a big hit.Published 12 months ago by Leslye Borden