Brothers and sisters don't always get along. Here are books that address that relationship.
The Day I Had to Play With My Sister, by Crosby Newell Bonsall
A boy experiences some frustrations trying to teach his confused younger sister to play hide-and-seek.
The Eleven Steps, by Lucy Freeman
Jimmy gets angry with his older sister Mary and dreams he destroys her stamp album, but when he wakes up he can't remember if it was only a dream.
The Gigantic Baby, by Mordicai Gerstein
The more Marvin's baby sister cries, the bigger she gets until she is too big for the entire house.
Julius the Baby of the World, by Kevin Henkes
Lilly is disgusted by all the attention everyone gives her baby brother Julius. When Lilly's cousin insults the baby she has a change of heart.
A Baby Sister for Frances, by Russell Hoban
France's parents are inattentive after her baby sister is born and Frances pretends to run away.
New Life: New Room, by June Jordan
Three siblings have to adjust and make room for the new baby in their small home.
Have You Seen My Sister?, by Errol Le Cain
A boy is sent to find his sister for tea time and meets many friends along the way.
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