Published February 15, 1970
by Fireside .
Written in English
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The Sister was written by Luther creator Neil Cross and is based on Cross's novel Burial. Although the events of the novel are fictional, the . A wonderfully charming tale of family and sisters that anyone can bond : The Sister by Louise Jensen revolves around two girls that met in school when they were 9 years old. Grace and Charlotte (aka Charlie) became besties when Charlie took Grace, the new girl, under her wing. Neither had a sister and they latched onto each other and formed a brilliant friendship/5(K). Best-Ever Big Sister, by Karen Katz This board book for the littlest of the soon-to-be big sibling recognizes that with a new baby comes sibling jealousy. Sometimes those older siblings need a little reminder of the ways that they too are special. After all, only big kids get to eat ice cream. Or ride a tricycle. Or eat with a fork.
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