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Seven brand-new stories give young listeners a series of funny and revealing peeks at the way a brother and sister relate to each other while getting a haircut, learning to ride a bike, playing soccer, having a birthday party, dog-sitting, and more! As only she can, Judy Blume has captured the humor and the insights of the Pain and the Great One in an audiobook that will entertain and delight.
©2007 P and G Trust (P)2007 Random House, Inc. Listening Library, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group

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Excellent book to read to the kids.

Excellent book to read the kids. The children can relate to it and so can I as an adult when I was a child taking back to my sisters and I.

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Great book for siblings

This book was a hit with my 6 yo son and 8 yo daughter. They could identify the with ups and downs of sibling relationships. Judy Blume strikes just the right balance between realism and possibility. The children have fears and overcome them, and the adults have just the right level of imperfection. Highly, highly recommend this book.

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