Rebecca Sessions's Reviews > Sisters and Brothers: Sibling Relationships in the Animal World

Sisters and Brothers by Robin Page
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Jul 14, 11

I loved this book! And so did my children. This book is full of fun facts about different animals, insects, and birds and their relationship between siblings. My kids really enjoyed the colorful, block-like, collage pictures. It was fun to read about animals you recognized, but maybe didn't know a particular fact about them. Did you know that armadillos always have quadruplet clones?! Additionally, they had a fun facts page at the end of the book that further listed some interesting things about the animals in general, not just about sibling relationships. I loved how the book talked about this angle of things, as usually most animal books talk about the parent-child relationship.

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