Sibling Rivalry: Sound, Reassuring Advice for Getting Along as a Family
Random House Publishing Group, Feb 15, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 182 pages
Written in the warm and reassuring Bank Street style, this is an authoritative, ground-breaking guide entriely devoted to the dilemmas of sibling rivalry. Issues such as jealousy, sharing and fighting between siblings are discussed, and there are special sections on twins, step-siblings and single parents.
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