The First Rule of Little Brothers by Jill Davis

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HE WANTS TO FOLLOWyou, play with you, act like you, do what you do, and be wherever you are. It’s like he’s trying to become you! Hey, wait—is that the plan?

If they’re big, if they’re little, if they’re in the middle, all siblings will recognize the dynamics of this affectionate silly-smart take on the joys, trials, and surprises of being linked to someone who will share their growing up like no one else. Parents will appreciate how the “rule” is conveyed through humor and silly sibling shenanigans in this warmhearted and lively tale. A great book for families to share.
 

About Jill Davis

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Jill Davis lives in New York City and is a children's book writer and editor. Growing up, she was the youngest sibling in her family and is now the mother of two young sons. Sarah McMenemy grew up with both a big and little brother. She made her Knopf debut with the très charmante Everybody Bonjours!, by Leslie Kimmelman. Sarah and her family live in London, England.
 
Published November 11, 2008 by Knopf Books for Young Readers. 40 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Yes, Davis admits, younger brothers are irksome little mimics of older brothers, who have yet to learn that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

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Older siblings will recognize many of these: baby brother topples a building-block skyscraper, beheads a model dinosaur, slips his hand into his brother's.

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