Brand New Baby
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Brand New Baby

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A picture book which traces the final days of pregnancy and the first days of having a new brother, as seen through the eyes of two small children, who offer their remarks and comments along the way. Illustrated in full colour throughout.

Originally published as four small books in 1989 - Waiting for the New Baby, Visiting the New Baby, Bringing Home the New Baby and Gettin...more
Published (first published November 3rd 2008)
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This book introduces a child to the idea of a new baby. It's written roughly for a pre-school aged child (ie 4-5 years old), but would probably work with an older child too. The two main protagonists - siblings Edward and Wendy see their Mum get bigger and bigger, they get to name the new baby (Walter), then are introduced at the hospital, bring the baby home, and a new family equilibrium is established.

Dad's obviously caught a bit of the nesting instinct - ironing baby clothes! But that being...more
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An Australian children's author and illustrator. His books include Max, which won the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize Gold Award, Jethro Byrd, Fairy Child, which won the Kate Greenaway Medal, and "Let's Get A Pup!" Said Kate which won the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award
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