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ISBN:0763618268
Author: Michael Emberley,Robie H. Harris
ISBN13: 978-0763618261
Title: Hi New Baby!
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Candlewick; Reprint edition (May 1, 2003)
Pages: 32

Hi New Baby! by Michael Emberley,Robie H. Harris



Hi New Harris and Emberley book. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 17 years ago. Harris and Emberley have again joined forces to create a wonderful book. Hi New Baby helps parents and families adjust to a new baby with this up-close look from a not-so-sure- about-the -new-baby sibling. Emberley's soft illustrations capture those funny new born looks. A perfect new baby gift for the brothers and sisters at home. What a delightful series Harris and Emberley have provided to help educate our youngsters on sexuality and family life. THANKS! Popular Categories.

MICHAEL EMBERLEY is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. He is the illustrator of many books for children, including several collaborations with Robie H. Harris: IT'S SO AMAZING, IT'S PERFECTLY NORMAL, HAPPY BIRTH DAY!, HI NEW BABY!, and three picture books in the Growing Up series, books that tell stories and facts about the first five years of life. Библиографические данные. It's Not the Stork!: A Book about Girls, Boys, Babies, Bodies, Families, and Friends Robie Sex Books The Family Library. Robie H. Harris, Michael Emberley.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In this reassuring, emotionally on-target book. a father recalls for his preschooler the many feelings she experienced when her new baby brother arrived and her world changed forever. PARENTING How does it feel to have a brand-new baby in the family - especially if you are still very young yourself? With enormous warmth and empathy. Reprising the family first introduced in Happy Birth Day!, Harris and Emberley return with another sensitive and visually sumptuous portrayal of a domestic milestone: the arrival of a second child. This time it's the father who narrates, as he tells the book's heroine, an unnamed preschooler, about how she reacted to her rumpled-faced brother's arrival. Initially, the big sister thinks he is "too noisy" and "boring.

In this reassuring, emotionally on-target book. With enormous warmth and empathy, the acclaimed and award-winning team of Robie H. Harris and Michael Emberley, author and illustrator of IT'S SO AMAZING! and IT'S PERFECTLY NORMAL, tell the universal story of a young child who, suddenly, is no longer the baby.

Hi new baby! Candlewick Press, May 2003. Illustrated by Michael Emberley. When dear friends had a second baby, I was lucky enough to go to their house two days after the baby was born to meet the new baby. The new baby’s older sister, who was four and whom I had held in my arms when she was only two hours old, met me at the front door. Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award 2000 Gold Seal Award. This time it’s the father who narrates, as he tells the book’s heroine, an unnamed preschooler, about how she reacted to her rumpled-faced brother’s arrival.

ROBIE H. HARRIS began her career as a teacher at the Bank Street College of Education’s School for Children. MICHAEL EMBERLEY is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design.

Harris, Robie H. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Margaret K. McElderry Books, (c)2002. Includes nonfiction information about infant development. Personal Name: Emberley, Michael, ill. Personal Name: Harris, Robie H. Growing up stories.

Now offering a brand-new chapter focusing on safe Internet use - one of parents’ key concerns - this universally acclaimed classic by Robie H. Harris and Michael Emberley is a cutting-edge resource for kids, parents, teachers, librarians, and anyone else who. cares about the well-being of tweens and teens

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"In this reassuring, emotionally on-target book . . . a father recalls for his preschooler the many feelings she experienced when her new baby brother arrived and her world changed forever." - PARENTINGHow does it feel to have a brand-new baby in the family - especially if you are still very young yourself? With enormous warmth and empathy, the acclaimed and award-winning team of Robie H. Harris and Michael Emberley, author and illustrator of IT'S SO AMAZING! and IT'S PERFECTLY NORMAL, tell the universal story of a young child who, suddenly, is no longer the baby.This new paperback edition of HI NEW BABY! includes an illustrated bookplate that lets older siblings help fill in the details of a special baby’s birth.
Reviews: 3
Fenrikree
I too loved Happy Birth Day, but this book just makes having a younger sibling seem like a negative experience. When I read it with my 3 yo I have to leave out parts that are too negative. The child in the book acts out badly in light of all the attention the new baby is getting...going as far as wearing baby's hat acting like a baby herself and competing for attention in bratty ways. I'm not saying this won't happen in my own family...but who wants to give their preschooler these ideas?
Almost every page is a picture of the older child making a snotty face at the baby..even at the end..she never really accepts the new baby.
Nuadabandis
My son loved this book before his little sister was born, and now that she's a year old, we're still reading it. (We change genders for the baby.) It has helped him feel that it's okay to be the big boy and to feel gently superior because of it. I say gently because it's an age-specific superiority which he knows won't last once his sister gets bigger. We started reading it before he was potty trained, and I believe it helped him on that road, too, since using the potty is part of being "superior." :-) I like this book because it acknowledges the confusion, fear and anger that older siblings can have -- and it encourages a nice relationship with the younger sibling.
OCARO
We received this as a gift for my 2 1/2 yr old daughter when our son was born. The pictures are beautiful and the story is so sweet. It definitely helped her with the adjustment of having him around. She really identified with the little girl in the book and still, a year later, she loves to read it. And I love it so much that I am giving it to friends expecting a second child!