Welcome to the Big Kids Club: What Every Older Sibling Needs to Know!

Welcome to the Big Kids Club: What Every Older Sibling Needs to Know!
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September 13, 2022
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A humorous book about what every older sibling needs to know, filled with information about the new baby at your house, from mom of three and the #1 New York Times bestselling author of She Persisted Chelsea Clinton.

Is there a new baby coming to your home? One that will sleep and cry and demand attention and . . . poop? Well, welcome to the Big Kids Club! 

This book will teach you what every big kid needs to know about their baby: what your baby can see, why your baby cries, when your baby will be able to talk, how your baby knows you love them, and so much more (including why your baby poops so much!).

With artwork sure to cause big-kid-sized giggles, this book is perfect for any member or soon-to-be member of the Big Kids Club.

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Perfect Guide for New Big Brothers and Sisters
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WELCOME TO THE BIG KIDS CLUB is a guide for younger children that are about to become big brothers and sisters. It teaches them what the new baby can and can't do and how to handle certain situations they may come across. Not leaving anything out, this book even dives into the different senses and what the baby can and can't see and hear.

The illustrations are vibrant and detailed and I love how they're the perfect depiction of a preschooler, attitude and all. There are limitations with new babies that preschoolers may have a hard time understanding, but the author goes into the "why" of things which is important for this age bracket. It's a great educational tool that all older siblings should have. Parents read baby books to prepare and it's about time we have something good for preschoolers who are about to become older siblings because their lives are about to change too.

Final Verdict: I would recommend this to children aged four and up who are about to become a big sister/brother and don't quite understand what that entails. This book will help prepare them for what's to come and is packed with so many facts that parents may not even think of addressing.
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