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Anna Wang volume 2
Fifth-grader Anna is concerned that her baby sister Kaylee, adopted from China three months ago, is not thriving so she and her best friends, Laura and Camille, create a science project that may save the day.
"This book is a reminder to all mothers to stop and enjoy the bond we share with our children even when it is most challenging, like those days where all the baby wants is to be held. Despite longing for Dear Mama's embrace, Baby learns to defeat the big, bad daily nap time separation by joining Dear Mama in adventurous safari dreams inspired by Baby's stuffed giraffe pal, Raffie."--Provided by Amazon
"I've Loved You Since Forever is a celebratory and poetic testament to the timeless love felt between parent and child. This beautiful picture book is inspired by New York Times bestselling author and Today show co-anchor Hoda Kotb's heartwarming adoption of her baby girl, Haley Joy"--Amazon.com.
If you build a perfect castle, a dragon will move in, followed by...a baby?! Preparations are in full swing to welcome a new family member in this sequel to the award-winning When a dragon moves in.
14) Olive the alien
Little Bee Books
"In this sweet, humorous sequel to Olive Marshmallow, Archie is convinced that his sister must be an alien! Archie loves his sister, but sometimes he is very confused by her. She speaks in a different language (baby talk), cries for no reason, sleeps anywhere, puts everything in her mouth, and is scared of bath water. There's no other conclusion Archie can make except that his sister must be an alien! But when Archie's cousin William and his baby...
At first Poppy is thrilled by her twin baby sisters, and delighted that her grandmother has come to help--but soon she finds that the two babies are taking up all the adult's time and energy, and she starts to feel angry and neglected.
Random House Books for Young Readers
"A poetic text encourages girls to reach higher, dream bigger, and approach the world with their hearts wide open. This love letter to little girls was inspired by Hilary Duff's own experience as a mother as she considered all the ways her daughter had to be brave--even as an infant"--Publisher marketing.
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