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Alexander, Martha.
Nobody asked me if I wanted a baby sister
Resenting the attention and praise lavished on his new baby sister, Oliver tries to give her away to several people in the neighborhood.
When the new baby comes, I'm moving out
Oliver is going to be a big brother, and doesn't like the idea one bit.

Anholt, Catherine. Aren't you lucky!
Big sister experiences the challenges and joys of preparing for and experiencing the arrival of a new baby.

Birdseye, Tom. Waiting for baby
A child eagerly awaits the arrival of a new baby in the family.

Bos, Burny. Ollie the elephant
Becoming lost as he searches for a baby brother which he would like to have, Ollie Elephant meets many helpful animals.

Byars, Betsy. Go and hush the baby
Will tries his best to quiet his crying baby brother.

Carlstrom, Nancy. Kiss your sister, Rose Marie!
Rose Marie is not at all sure she likes having to deal with her new sister Baby Boo.

Cole, Joanna. The new baby at your house
Describes the activities and changes involved in having a new baby in the house and the feelings experienced by the older brothers and sisters.

Cousins, Lucy. Za-Za's baby brother
Za-Za the zebra must adjust to the arrival of a baby brother.

Coville, Bruce. The lapsnatcher
After he talks with an adult who was once a lapsnatcher, Jacob begins to feel differently about his new baby sister.

Dodds, Dayle Ann. Sing, Sophie
Although no one else in her family likes her loud voice, Sophie's singing soothes her baby brother during a thunderstorm.

Douglas, Ann. Baby science
Text and photographs help young children understand how a baby grows and develops in the first year; includes activities designed to help children understand how a baby moves, eats, feels, sees, and sleeps.

Greenfield, Eloise. She come bringing me that little baby girl
A child's disappointment and jealousy over a new baby sister are dispelled as he becomes aware of the importance of his new role as a big brother.

Hassett, John. We got my brother at the zoo
Mary Margaret Morrison has a hard time adjusting to her new baby brother and develops several outlandish stories about where he really came from.

Henkes, Kevin. Julius, the baby of the world
Lilly is convinced that the arrival of her new baby brother is the worst thing that has happened in their house, until Cousin Garland comes to visit.

Hoban, Russell. A baby sister for Frances
When a baby sister arrives, Frances the badger finds a charming way to prove her own importance.

Hughes, Shirley. Giving
A little girl and her baby brother experience the various aspects of giving, finding that it is nice whether you are giving a present, a smile, or a kiss.

Hutchins, Pat. The very worst monster
Hazel sets out to prove that she, not her baby brother, is the worst monster anywhere.

Keats, Ezra Jack. Peter's chair
When Peter discovers his blue furniture is being painted pink for a new baby sister, he rescues the last unpainted item, a chair, and runs away.

Larkin, Patricia. Don't touch my room
"Don't touch my room!" becomes "Don't touch my baby!" when a child's antipathy turns into protective feelings towards his new baby brother.

Shields, Carol Diggory. I wish my brother was a dog
An older sibling imagines how much better it would be if brother Andy were a dog instead of a baby, doing tricks and being banished to the outside when he got too noisy.

Simon, Norma. The baby house
A child tells how the family gets ready for the birth of kittens, puppies, and a new baby.

Titherington, Jean. A place for Ben
When his baby brother is moved into his bedroom, Ben goes elsewhere in search of a place of his own but finds himself longing for company of some kind.

Wells, Rosemary. McDuff and the baby
McDuff enjoys reading the paper with Fred and taking walks in the woods with Lucy, but all that changes when they bring a new baby home.

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