Releases August 2018! Come and get a sneak peek!
For older siblings, the introduction of a baby into the family can be a mixed blessing. There is someone new for everyone to dote on, but all of a sudden, everything special about the baby can make older children feel competitive. In this warmly illustrated board book, a poem perfectly encapsulates the balancing act of giving attention to both older and younger siblings, encouraging families to carve out ample "you and me" time for everyone.
About the Author
Rebecca is a children’s poet and picture book author of titles such as What Can A Crane Pick Up? which received a *starred* review from Publishers Weekly, What is Science? (an AAAS Subaru SB&F prize finalist), Bella and Bean (an SCBWI Golden Kite Honor) and Grumbles From The Forest; Fairy Tale Voices with a Twist (co-authored with Jane Yolen.) She gives poetry workshops, visits classrooms across the country, and speaks at conferences, retreats, libraries and schools to teachers, aspiring writers and students of all ages.
Come and listen to Rebecca read and tell us the story behind some of her books. Pick up a copy of You and Me! and a copy of One Day,
Wednesday, August 1, 2018 at 10:30 This is a special Wednesday event!
For older siblings, the introduction of a baby into the family can be a mixed blessing. There is someone new for everyone to dote on, but all of a sudden, everything special about the baby can make older children feel competitive.
Now in board book!
Race car 1 honks look at me!
He zooms in front with the turn of a key.
Race car 2 is close behind.
The sound of "vroom" is on his mind.
Inspiring and wise, this story begins and ends with the sky that is always above you. In between, a young rabbit travels through the wide world, experiencing joy and sorrow and all the wonder that the world has to offer. Along the way he chooses a path, explores the unknown, and ventures along trails on and off the map.
A Boston Globe-Horn Book Award Picture Book Honor Book