But I Wanted a Little Sister by Pauline OudI got this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review...
This by far is one of my favorite childrens books. I think any child would love to hear or read this book if they have any siblings.
This story is about a girl who was upset that her mother brought home a brother instead of a sister. She started to put her brothers hair in pig tails and dressing him in her dolls clothing. He was able to make beaded necklaces and also draw pictures with her.
The only problem was when her brother got bigger she wasnt able to dress him up and her mother cut his hair. There was only one solution was to return her brother to the store to get a little sister. This little girl learned a big lesson when everyone who was going to go give her their sibling she found out they had flaws. All of the other little sisters did not do the things that her brother loves to do. So she realized that her brother was prefect just the way he is...
As someone with a sister, I can attest to the fact that it is, indeed, amazing. Yes, they can be a bit of a pain sometimes especially when you're dealing with a younger sister who just won't leave you alone when you're little and of course, sibling rivalry just comes with the territory. But overall, a sister is the best gift your parents can give you. Not only does it offer two closets or more to choose from when you're growing up, but as it turns out, having a sister is beneficial to both your physical and mental health , too. Multiple studies have found that having a sister has a positive effect on all siblings. They bring something to families that brothers alone don't seem to, and make for happy children who grow into happy adults.
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He also said that he needed to go through all of her paperwork, get her affairs in order, pay off her bills, etc. - It hurts to feel left out.
J ealous doesn't even begin to describe how Rachel Hill felt when her mum gave her younger brother Matthew the deposit for his first house. Our family dynamics, as you might imagine, are not in great shape as a result. Resentment is simmering in families across Britain as parents give handouts to one child, but not the others. While this is not a new phenomenon, recent research shows that it is a growing one, with increasing numbers of people saying they feel frustrated and annoyed when they see their parents give large sums to a brother or sister who has got into debt, doesn't have a well-paid job or can't afford an unexpected bill or new car, without giving anything to them. The ripples don't stop there. Like Rachel, more than two-thirds of the 1, people surveyed by the Equity Release Council say that parents' decision to financially support their grown-up children has an emotional impact on the whole family.