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eBook Emma's Yucky Brother ePub

by Jean Little

eBook Emma's Yucky Brother ePub
Author: Jean Little
Language: English
ISBN: 0060283491
ISBN13: 978-0060283490
Publisher: HarperCollins (January 9, 2001)
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 178
Formats: lrf docx txt lit
ePub file: 1776 kb
Fb2 file: 1234 kb

Emma has always wanted a little brother. Jean Little is the author of more than twenty-five books for children.

Emma has always wanted a little brother. Now her family is adopting Max, and Emma is sure he will be the best brother ever. But Max has his own ideas. He thinks sisters are yucky. In addition to Emma's Magic Winter, her first I Can Read Book, Ms. Little's works include the novels Lost and Found, Different Dragons, From Anna and Hey World, Here I Am, illustrated by Sue Truesdell. Jean Little has always been interested in adoption, and she had a first-hand experience with it when her sister adopted two children several years ago.

Emma's Yucky Brother book. Emma has always wanted a little brother. He thinks sisters are yucky, and that Emma is the yuckiest! Is this really what having a brother is all about? In Jean Little's warmhearted, perceptive story about adoption, Emma learns that there is more to having a little Emma has always wanted a little brother.

Children's Books"The gentle tone makes this book a wonderful resource for parents and caregivers foster families . товар 2 NEW - Emma's Yucky Brother (I Can Read Books: Level 3) by Little, Jean -NEW - Emma's Yucky Brother (I Can Read Books: Level 3) by Little, Jean.

Children's Books"The gentle tone makes this book a wonderful resource for parents and caregivers foster families helping youngsters understand this process of acceptance and change. Bulletin of the Center for Children's BooksHeartfelt and honest an adoption story from the viewpoint of the older sibling Little's simple words and Plecas' clear, expressive line-and-watercolor illustrations An. excellent book. Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books. 783,94 RUB. + 309,73 RUB за доставку.

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Emma's Yucky Brother. Skip to main content. Emma's Yucky Brother by Jean Little. Related Units and Lessons. Classify and Categorize 2nd Grade Unit. Part of the I Can Read: Level 3 Series). Now that her family is adopting Max, she gets her wish.

I Can Read Books: Level 3. Publisher. illustrated by Jennifer Plecas

Emma's Yucky Brother. illustrated by Jennifer Plecas. Series: I Can Read Book Series. by Jean Little, 32 pages, about 1800 words. Now her family is adopting Max, and Emma is sure he will be the best brother ever

Emma's Yucky Brother. This is a Children's Text-Braille book, which means that in addition to raised Braille, it has extra features.

Emma has always wanted a little brother. Now her family is adopting Max, and Emma is sure he will be the best brother ever. But Max has his own ideas. He thinks sisters are yucky, and that Emma is the yuckiest! Is this really what having a brother is all about?

In Jean Little's warmhearted, perceptive story about adoption, Emma learns that there is more to having a little brother than she had ever guessed -- and that in order to get the brother she wants, she must first learn to be the sister he needs.

Gholbimand
This is a great little book! My adopted 10 year old is hesitant about us adopting a second time from foster care. So, we bought this book to assist in the process. I thought he would resist reading it but when he saw it he was very excited to read it. It is very true to the process. It explains that older children don't just show up one day; the parents meet them first, then they come for a visit, then they sleep over and eventually when they are comfortable they come to stay. It doesn't sugar coat it. She thinks he is annoying. He thinks she is yucky. Siblings are annoying especially when they move in and they are already talking and playing with your toys, etc!. Our son has asked to read this book over and over again. He still isn't entirely excited about having a new sibling but the book is helping him process it. It has brought up many questions and we have been able to talk it out. I highly recommend it for anyone seeking to add to an existing family with an older child from foster care!
Jusari
This book was what I was looking for to help our 5yr biological son understand what it might be like when we adopt from foster care. He asks me to read a lot!
Mysterious Wrench
As a mother to a daughter named Emma and an adopted son named Max, how could I not love these books? My son is three now and gets such a kick out of the characters and pointing to the pictures telling me which one is Emma and which one is Max. Aside from the name and adoption coincidence, these are very cute books about being a family and loving a sibling.
Xmatarryto
If you have a reluctant young reader, this book is a must. The I Can Read series provides well controlled vocabulary appropriate to the level and always an interesting story line.
Bynelad
nice
Dynen
This book did a fantastic job of covering the wide range of emotions that children will encounter when they bring an adoptive sibling into their home. Both my four-year old and six-year old love it. It's great for beginning readers and has some remarkably touching moments for a children's book. HIghly recommended!
Moonworm
My daughter and I loved this book. Great believable story and super illustrations. The characters were of good people growing up and getting along. We read the book numerous times, a 'good feel' book. Go for it.
This is a great book for families with kids already who are about to adopt. My 6yr old now understands that his new sister may be a little afraid at first.
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