A Baby Sister for Frances
With a new baby sister in the house, Frances is feeling quite forgotten. Mother doesnít have time to iron Francesís favorite dress, her parents donít appreciate her new song, and there are no raisins for her oatmeal. So Frances decides to run away, and she doesóbut not too far. Full of warmth and family love, this new edition of Russell and Lillian Hobanís beloved classic is perfect for beginning readers.
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Review: A Baby Sister for Frances (Frances the Badger)User Review - Sarah - Goodreads
The endearing Francis deals with the birth of her baby sister. Highly relatable for most children. In fact, I remember "running away" only to venture as far as beneath the dining room table. Read full review
Review: A Baby Sister for Frances (Frances the Badger)User Review - Anne - Goodreads
That books like this were written in the 1960's is one of the few reasons I can think of to be remotely nostalgic about that era. Read full review