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NJ Kids Book Review: One Special Day

Posted by: NJ Kids Team - February 05, 2013

A Story for Big Brothers and Sisters

Spencer is the older brother, who is wittily compared to a handful of animals, in a good way. If you are looking for a story for a young boy, about to become an older brother, this is the perfect book for you.

The layout of this story is different, yet very engaging. Instead of spelling out every word, some lines are finished with a picture instead.

He was strong—strong as a *bear*
He was tall—tall as a *giraffe*
He was funny—funny as a *monkey*

With little writing and ingenious drawings, this loving story is perfect for older siblings with new babies in the family, or soon to arrive. The story does not involve whining, envy, or temper tantrums which are common in books with sibling interaction. Instead, this nurturing book emphasizes the appreciation siblings should have for one another and the unconditional love they share.

By Lola M. Schafer
Illustrated by Jessica Meserve

Hardcover, 32 pages.

Ages 3-8

✓ I recommend this

Reviewed by Stephanie Falcone

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Posted by: NJ Kids Team| February 05, 2013
Categories:  Kids Book Reviews
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