Lisa's Baby Sister by Anne Gutman
(Gaspard and Lisa Books)

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When Lisa’s baby sister arrives, everyone makes a big fuss–everyone but Lisa. Grandma is all excited, Dad can’t snap enough photos, Lisa’s big sister Victoria has to show off the baby to all of her friends, and of course, Mom is always busy feeding the baby or changing her diaper. No one pays much attention to Lisa until she begins playing her flute very loudly just outside the baby Lila’s room. And then one of Victoria’s friends proclaims that this very cute little baby looks just like Lisa. It isn’t long before Lisa becomes a proud big sister and even takes Lila to school for show and tell.
 

About Anne Gutman

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ANNE GUTMAN is the writer and designer of the Misadventures of Gaspard and Lisa series. Her husband, GEORG HALLENSLEBEN, the illustrator of the series, is also the illustrator of the award-winning picture books and If the Moon Could Talk and The Night Worker, both written by Kate Banks. The couple lives in Paris with their daughter.
 
Published March 11, 2003 by Knopf Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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It’s anything but boring, though: a short nap, then a big tray of food, then a movie, then, because seeing the movie screen means perching precariously on a glassful of juice to peer over the seat in front, she gets a tour of the restroom for a wash in the sink.

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Gutman’s saucy bunny (Lisa in New York, not reviewed, etc.) contends with the imminent arrival of a new sibling.

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The white and black pups who each starred in their own paper-over-board books unite for Anne Gutman's Gaspard and Lisa at the Museum, illus.

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In Gaspard and Lisa: Friends Forever, Gaspard tells how, when Lisa first arrived as a new student in his class, he didn't like it that everyone said they looked like brother and sister (all the other students are human).

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In Gaspard and Lisa: Friends Forever, Gaspard tells how, when Lisa first arrived as a new student in his class, he didn't like it that everyone said they looked like brother and sister (all the other students are human).

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The irresistible canine heroes of the paper-over-board Misadventures of Gaspard and Lisa series set out to make a gift for their teacher in Gaspard and Lisa's Christmas Surprise by Anne Gutman, illus.

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Gaspard and Lisa's Ready for School Words by Anne Gutman, illus.

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In Gaspard and Lisa's Rainy Day, the first of two new titles by Anne Gutman, illus.

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