Let's Talk about Having a New Brother Or Sister

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 24 pages
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Helps the first-born child understand and deal with what happens when a new baby becomes part of the family. #Includes index.#Helps the first-born child understand and deal with what happens when a new baby becomes part of the family. Having a new sibling join the family isnt always a joyous occasion for a child. This reassuring book stresses that parents love all of their children equally and that having a new sibling is a wonderful opportunity for a child, not a tragedy. Though we'd all like children to have carefree, innocent lives, it's not always that easy. In today's fast-paced world, children are forced to deal with sensitive issues at a young age. In these reassuring books, Helmer discusses topics such as depression, moving, and adoption in language that a child can relate to.
 

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Contents

A New Baby
5
A New Brother or Sister
6
Do You Know About Babies?
9
Older or Younger?
10
Being a Brother or Sister
13
Babies Are Hard Work
14
What About Me?
17
Your Feelings Are Important
18
Being a Teacher
21
Good Changes
22
Glossary
23
Index
24
Copyright

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