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Here She Is!
Here She Is!

Here She Is!

By Catherine Leblanc, Illustrated by Eve Tharlet

3-5

JUVENILE FICTION

32 Pages, 8.5 x 11.5

Hardcover Picture Book, $17.99 (US $17.99) (CA $21.99)

Publication Date: April 2015

ISBN 9789888240920

Rights: WOR

minedition (Apr 2015)

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Overview

A charming story about a new sibling that should be read to all little ones who are becoming older brothers or sisters  Little Bear is excited because he'll soon have a new baby sister to play with. But shortly after Baby Anna arrives, Little Bear finds he isn't having much fun. His parents are busy with chores, and it turns out that a little baby like Anna can't play with him at all. Why does Little Bear feel so lonely and frustrated now? Being an older brother isn't what he expected! Can Little Bear find a way to enjoy his new little sister?

Reviews

"This tender story about the introduction of a new sibling is the perfect book to share with new big brothers and sisters . . . . A tender, loving addition to new baby collections." â€â€Mary Hazelton, School Library Journal

"The message of acceptance and love abounds in the text and illustrations. The beautiful illustrations showcase the various emotions and expressions felt by members of a growing family." â€â€Mary Napoli, reading.org

"A lovely story with equally embraceable illustrations, this book captures some of the difficulties older siblings have when making room for a new child in the home." â€â€Kendal Rautzhan, Books to Borrow, Books to Buy

Author Biography

Catherine Leblanc is the author of many popular children's books including How to Demolish Dinosaurs and How to Mash Monsters. Eve Tharlet is the illustrator of the Mr. Badger and Mrs. Fox books, A Promise Is a Promise, and Sharing Christmas. They previously collaborated on Will You Still Love Me, If . . . ?