"Siblings sick of their parents cooing over younger sibs when they are being frustrating and unruly will identify with this book. One of the few African American books I've found on this issue. 4-8yrs"
"While I'm not usually a fan of books based on teleplay, I thought this one important to mention because it's not only on the topic of Dora being a big sister, but includes Spanish sentences. Ages 0-4"
"When baby Delilah comes to stay at Benny's house, all the relatives say how beautiful she is. But to Benny, a Fire Truck is beautiful, not Delilah. Delightful pictures and text relate the story of a young brother dealing with a new interloper and how he's the one to make Delilah finally smile."
"Tom's new baby brother seems more like an unwelcome intruder, taking his old crib and all his mom and dad's time. Coming to grips with the reality of a younger sibling and learning how his brother will grow up just like he has makes this a winner for parents looking for books about new sibs. Ages 3-5."
"A young girl gets a new baby brother but discovers that he's boring and icky and she's not too happy at first, until she comes to realize what being a big sister is all about. Charming realistic pictures. Ages 4-6."
"A 5 year old girl decides that she wants to go back inside her mommy's tummy and not deal with growing up and going to school. She's also jealous that her new little brother is in mommy's tummy. Cute book, great for the child who might be trying to be the baby again. Ages 3-6."