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Sibling Rivalry: 6 Picture Books That Can Help Reduce It
Great books about siblings — super springboards for talking about sibling issues or to simply celebrate having brothers and sisters. Sibling relationships provide some of the deepest bonds we share. Each relationship is unique, but you will often find common themes that pop up at one time or another. Jealousy, love and togetherness to name just a few. What other books about siblings would you add to this list? Jodie Rodriguez has a passion for helping caregivers nurture our youngest readers.
If your children rarely bicker, never hit, and maintain a harmonious relationship filled with flowers and rainbows, then click away immediately. Go do some online shopping for strappy sandals or peruse pop culture updates. If your children, like mine, can get downright nasty — red-faced, hair-pulling nasty — then please read on. Though my son and daughter can be the best of buds, working on puzzles and projects together, they also can fight in a way that breaks my heart. Acknowledge the ugly feelings.
Now that summer is upon us, we have been spending a lot of quality time together as a family.
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In my fantasy family life, it would be all love and unity all the time between my four little girls. These 15 books explore all sides of the sibling dynamic and have been wonderful for gently introducing delicate conversations about how we want our family relationships to grow and develop. In this delightful picture book, written and illustrated by sibling team Jennifer and Matthew Holm, an "evil princess" and a "brave knight" share a castle together — and take their right to torture one another seriously! Though it seems like it's their sole mission to wreak havoc, can the Magic Mirror get them to play nice? This one starts helpful conversations about how to interact with a grouchy sibling. Amanda wants to be big just like her brother Oliver. Oliver and Amanda Pig are one of my favorite fictional sibling duos and they perfectly capture the best and not-so-best moments of being brother and sister.