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Big Sister, Little Sister Hardcover – July 18, 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
The book really captures the essence of the little/big sister relationship. Now that my second daughter is the BIG sister she likes it even more. She can relate to both the big and little sister aspects of it, while my eldest and youngest daughters also enjoy seeing themselves through Pham's characters.
Pham's illustrations really capture the personalities of the sisters in the book and the nuances in their relationship. The text is short enough for younger children and engaging enough for older ones. My oldest enjoyed this book when she became a big sister at age 2. I would say this is engaging and entertaining for children ages 18 months to around 5 or 6 (when read with a little sister). Highly recommended.
The story on the back cover about the author was so neat! We plan to visit her website soon!
You can't go wrong with this book.
I am a teacher and I use this book in my classroom. This is only one of the many books I read to my students about family. The kids absolutely love it because it relates to their own lives. When we are done reading and discussing the book the class creates a survival guide for having a sibling. The kids find it fun and useful for getting out of any sticky situation they may get into with their own brother or sister.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is from the little sis' point of view, though I bought it for a big sis. It's so so cute & we are huge fans of all LeUyen Pham's work.Published 8 months ago by Jason Stewart
This book is sweet but my kids found it boring to read after the first reading. I did too. We passed it onto another family that has younger children. Read morePublished 19 months ago by HipChick
Had ordered to a friend's address via expedited shipping but the tracking id never worked, so I couldn't be sure about the delivery. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Aruna Rajan
This book is a big favorite with our little ladies, and gives them something to relate to. It's written from the perspective of the little sister, who sometimes has it rough.Published 23 months ago by Lempi E. Miller
This review is NOT for the book. Great little book but when it arrived, it looked used. The edges of the binding and the corners of the cover page and back page were worn. Read morePublished on April 30, 2014 by Kathleen Mast