October 2014, Words & Pictures, 32 pages, Hardback, Review copy
Content: lots of humour
Summary from Frances Lincoln
Sisters. That special bond. Your sister is always there when you need her. And sometimes when you don’t.
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Although those without sisters will love this hilarious guide to having a sister (predominantly from an older sisters point of view), those who already have sisters will know just how spot on all the advice and comments are. The illustrations are bright and colourful, capturing specific moments that many with sisters go through (dressing up in too big clothes, playing together, little sister being 'helpful' in a way that's the opposite).
I was giggling through every page, almost in tears because it was so funny and happy tears at the end because it is a touching read. This is staying firmly on my bookshelf for whenever I need a pick me up. I'd love to see more like this, one for brothers (I have none), maybe one for mothers & fathers from the child's view, of course!
See more sweet pictures on Suzanne's website.
Another sweet sisterly read is Lottie and Dottie Sew Carrots by Claire Burgess and Marijke van Veldhoden (Children's, 5 years +, 10E/10E)