· Two Is For Twins by Wendy Cheyette Lewison & Hiroe Nakata
Explore the world of Two-ness with a pair of twins who are as two as two can be!
· Titch by Pat Hutchins
Titch is small. Pete and Mary are big. They have bigger bikes and their kites fly higher. But one day, Titch gets something that grows a hundred times bigger than anything Pete and Mary have ... Sometimes it’s really important to find your special self amongst your siblings’ colourful personalities.
· Chuckie by Nicki Weiss
Lucy was a nice girl who stopped behaving when her parents brought Chuckie home and fussed over him all the time.
Reading to a really young child is challenging because he/she can’t understand the words yet. So point out the details in the pictures, and ask your child what he/she thinks that character is doing. Ask questions and explore together.
Next week, I’ll recommend books on Siblinghood for a slightly higher reading level – 4½ & above. (I’ve already found 2 and they are delicious reads ~ and I'm currently reading a Judy Blume book on brotherhood and it's hilarious. I love Judy Blume's stories!)
Will catch up next week!