“Why is Sadie crying?” Cameron asks, and asks, and asks. While Cameron loves his new baby sister, he does not love her crying. Mom and Dad can quiet Sadie by changing her diaper, feeding her, and singing lullabies, but when all else fails, Cameron takes over. A Good Big Brother can rub tummies and kiss toes to turn a whimper into a smile!
With humor and warmth, New York Times bestselling illustrators Lou Fancher and Steve Johnson delightfully illustrate this fresh, positive, and true-to-life spin on getting a new sibling.
About the Author
Diane Wright Landolf is a writer and editor of children’s books. She is the author of Hog and Dog, Sammy’s Bumpy Ride, and Hooray for Halloween. She has a younger sister and many nieces and nephews, but was never very good at getting any of them to stop crying. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, Matt, and son, Owen, who she hopes will be an excellent big brother someday.
Husband and wife team, Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher have collaborated on more than 20 picture books, including the New York Times bestselling My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss, New York’s Bravest by Mary Pope Osborne, and The Boy on Fairfield Street. Most recently they illustrated Amazing Peace: A Christmas Poem by Maya Angelou. Steve and Lou live in Moraga, California, with their son, Nicholas. Visit their Web site at www.johnsonandfancher.com