I'm participating in Helping Little Hands Read-a-long. This started March 1st and goes on all month...go check out Polly's blog for lots of fabulous books and activites to do with them.
Well, that was 3 years ago and I knew the fines would get pretty steep once we did our three renewals, so I got it on Amazon...I actually think that it was my first Amazon purchase...
One thing I love is that the book really is an amazing reflection of the transition that Katie went through and now the one that Maggie is going through as a big sister. I know when Mags was a baby Katie had moments of frustration, and now they play dress up together, built forts, and giggle with their sister secrets.
Now, this may be a bit long for a smaller toddler who doesn't enjoy long story time but even at that age you can flip though...just don't skip the highchair page....that was one we would have to read over and over to Katie. :)
So now you have it reserved at your library, right?
So I wanted to share a really fun big sister activity. I thought that it might be fun to have Katie (who is 6) make a book for Becky about what Becky was like as a baby. We thought up some prompts, mainly from the book, for her to use to write and illustrate.