Books about birth are an important addition to your children’s bookshelf. They give you an opportunity to share with your child the gifts and challenges that come with having a new family member. Reading to your child at this special time allows you not only to inform them of what to expect as a new child comes into the family, but it also gives you an opportunity for extra connection, closeness, and love before your new baby arrives.
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Elmore Green started life as an only child, as many children do. He had a room all to himself, and everything in it was his. But one day, everything changed.
Princess Polly I’m a New Big Sister is part of Ladybird’s successful Pirate Pete and Princess Polly range – introducing children to key milestones in a fun and reassuring way. This Ladybird sound book describes the excitement and fun of having a new sibling. The simple text and colourful illustrations will help little ones understand what happens when a new baby joins the family and how lovely it is to be an older sibling.
This interactive Ladybird sound book is the perfect big brother gift that describes what happens before Mummy and Daddy bring home the new baby, and the excitement and fun of having a new sibling. The simple text and colourful illustrations will help little ones understand what happens when a new baby joins the family and how lovely it is to be a big brother.
This 32-page full colour book introduces waterbirth at home to the children of a pregnant woman, through the wonderful story of a young boy with a natural curiosity about the arrival of a sibling.
The boss baby is used to getting his way–drinks made to order 24/7, a private jet, and meetings around the clock. But when his demands aren’t getting proper responses, he has to go to new lengths to achieve the attention he deserves.
When is the baby coming? What will we call it? What will the baby do? We don’t really need the baby, do we? As the arrival of a new sibling draws nearer, the questions that stream through a young child’s mind are followed with sensitivity and humour in this enchanting book.
Lizzie loves to make up stories and tell them to anyone and everyone, even though now that her annoying baby brother, Marvin, has joined the family, no one has time to listen. She’s so full of ideas, it seems like nothing can stop her. And then one day, something does. What’s a star writer to do?