ONNIE'S BABY BROTHER: And How He Grew by Elizabeth Rider Montgomery

ONNIE'S BABY BROTHER: And How He Grew

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a good idea, and Mrs. Littledale's brief foreword suggests the need almost all parents face when baby number two has to be introduced to little sister (or brother). The text is very matter-of-fact, following the routine of the arrival of the new baby, the discovery that he isn't going to be a playmate yet, the gradual awakening interest, and finally the successive steps of baby's development and the growing sense of responsibility on the part of the older child. The photographs (by Ralph W. Berry) are convincingly natural. A useful book, which perhaps belongs even more on the Parents and Teachers list than here.

Pub Date: Sept. 16th, 1942
Publisher: Lippincott-Stokes