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by Kate Feiffer

eBook But I Wanted a Baby Brother! ePub
Author: Kate Feiffer
Language: English
ISBN: 1416939415
ISBN13: 978-1416939412
Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books (May 4, 2010)
Pages: 32
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 292
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ePub file: 1100 kb
Fb2 file: 1626 kb

But I Wanted a Baby Brother! book.

But I Wanted a Baby Brother! book. Although long familiar with Diane Goode's captivating art and loved Kate Feiffer's Which Puppy I was first introduced to their collaboration with My Mother Is Trying To Ruin My Life, and thought them to be a perfect match. BUT I WANTED A B When thinking of outstanding pairs a number of dynamite duos come to mind - Rogers and Hart, Stanley and Livingstone, Fred and Ginger, Holmes and Watson, lox and bagels? Seriously, in the world of children's literature Feiffer and Goode certainly top the list.

Электронная книга "The Problem with the Puddles", Kate Feiffer

Электронная книга "The Problem with the Puddles", Kate Feiffer. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "The Problem with the Puddles" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

But I Wanted a Baby Brother! trailer Author Kate Feiffer discusses her book "Which Puppy?" .

But I Wanted a Baby Brother! trailer Author Kate Feiffer discusses her book "Which Puppy?" But I Wanted a Baby Brother! By Kate Feiffer. Illustrated by Diane Goode. Diane Goode is the illustrator of dozens of beloved and critically acclaimed picture books, including several written by Cynthia Rylant: Alligator Boy; When I Was Young in the Mountains, a Caldecott Honor Book; and most recently, Baby Face: A Book of Love for Baby. She is also the illustrator of President Pennybaker and My Mom is Trying to Ruin My Life, both by Kate Feiffer. She lives and works in Watchung, New Jersey, with her husband, David, and their two dogs, Jack and Daisy.

Their new baby even kicks like a boy. How can their new baby be a girl? Could it be that a little sister isn't the worst thing after all? But I Wanted a Baby Brother! - eBook (9781442436831) by Kate Feiffer. Expected to ship on or about 11/16/19. Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books, 2011, ePub.

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A baby-finally-falls asleep with the rest of the world in this soothing picture book with audio from Kate and Jules Feiffer

A baby-finally-falls asleep with the rest of the world in this soothing picture book with audio from Kate and Jules Feiffer. And the sun said, I’ve gone for the da. hen you wake up,I’ll be back to play. President Pennybaker; But I Wanted a Baby Brother!; The Wild, Wild Inside; Which Puppy?; My Mom Is Trying to Ruin My Life; and Double Pink; and of the middle-grade novels Signed by Zelda and The Problem with the Puddles.

Oliver is thrilled that his mother is expecting a baby and convinced that his new sibling will be the brother of his dreams. Oliver is thrilled that his mother is expecting a baby and convinced that his new sibling will be the brother of his dreams.

Kate Feiffer is a writer, a filmmaker, and a mother. She is the author of the picture books No Go Sleep!; President Pennybaker; But I Wanted a Baby Brother!

Kate Feiffer is a writer, a filmmaker, and a mother. view moreKate Feiffer is a writer, a filmmaker, and a mother. She is the author of the picture books No Go Sleep!; President Pennybaker; But I Wanted a Baby Brother!; The Wild, Wild Inside; Which Puppy?; My Mom Is Trying to Ruin My Life; and Double Pink; and of the middle-grade novels Signed by Zelda and The Problem with the Puddles.

Oliver is thrilled that his mother is expecting a baby and convinced that his new sibling will be the brother of his dreams. Imagine his shock and disappointment when a little sister shows up instead! Oliver is determined to do what it takes to find a boy baby—even if that means trading in his sister— but when his hilarious efforts are unsuccessful, he comes to realize that no one can take the place of his family’s lovable new addition…even if she’s a girl.
Adokelv
5 stars cause i love it and it`s funny and crazy i have a baby bro and he is cute
Gamba
My two-year-old daughter is expecting a baby sister soon, and I was very glad that she likes the character of little baby Julie so much. Overall, it's not a slam-dunk favorite for her at the moment. She can take or leave it most days, but she appreciates the illustrations. Like I said, of especially the baby girl.

But I think the people who are complaining about the boy's lack of turnaround in the book have a valid point. As you would have guess, this boy Oliver wants a baby brother very badly. And even after growing to like his baby sister over the course of the first year of her life (better late than never, I suppose), he still pines for his second sibling to be a brother. But his face on the last page looks happy and at peace nevertheless, even after meeting his second sister. What to make of it? I'm not entirely sure if a child would know what to derive from that. The next to last page, he still really wanted a brother. Does that change things? Does it not change things?

I suppose it helps not to think about it too hard.

One thing that bothered me was the author pretty much going out of her way to say that baby girls are smarter than baby boys. Alright, getting that sexism in at an early age! Fantastic!
Kalv
"But I Wanted A Baby Brother" takes you on a neat adventure as Oliver Keaton seeks to exchange his new baby sister for a baby brother. He really wanted a brother and when his parents did not deliver, he decides to take matters into his own hands. The colorful and cute illustrations bring the words to life in a way that should bring entertainment to the children and adults. After searching high and low unsuccessfully for the perfect baby brother, he finds that his baby sister really is not bad. Then his mother becomes pregnant again. Maybe this time he will get that much desired baby brother or maybe not.

Kate Feiffer also wrote Which Puppy? Which Puppy? (Paula Wiseman Books) , a great book about the selection of a dog for President Obama and family. I really enjoyed this book and look forward to sharing it with the little people (kids) in my life.
Hrguig
This is a cute book for kids 4-8 years old. It's about a little boy who's mother has a baby girl when he really wanted a brother. He wants to trade her for a boy, but decides that she is wonderful addition to their family. After trying all sorts of tactics of trading her in, and wanting to find a brother, he finds out once again that his mother is yet again expecting. He gets excited when he hears his mom is having another child, but then when she has another girl, he decides that's good enough! This book is a good lesson for kids to know that no matter what your mommy has, it will grow up and love you just the same!
you secret
My three and a half yr old grandson loves this book and he wants it read to him nightly. He has no siblings, but tells his parents he'd be happy with a surprise.
skyjettttt
I got this for our daughter just before she got a new baby brother.
She did not mind the reversal and enjoyed the book thoroughly.
Gianni_Giant
I bought this for a co-worker about to go on maternity leave. She has a beautiful red-haired son. She casually mentioned this book months ago and I was happy to buy it with other gifts for her soon-to-be-big-brother. She says he loves the book and requests it daily. Now hoping the tests are accurate and she does deliver a girl!
This book is a short, sweet, simple read. It's hard enough for litte ones to understand the concept of a new baby in the house, let alone one that isn't the same gender they are. Boys want boys to play trucks and eat mud with, and when a brother gets a sister with dolls and bows, it's tough! This cute little story helps show soon-to-be Big Brothers that sisters aren't so bad - they can be even more fun than brothers! When Oliver gets his little sister, he tries to find a boy baby to trade her with, but finds that there is no one quite like his sister Julie. In the end, he gets another baby sister and readers and readers are left with "The End?" Definitely worth a read if you're adding to your family. Very cute!
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