Synopses & Reviews
These sisters are different in many ways. One sister likes pizza, but the other prefers corn on the cob. One sister likes frogs, but the other does not. However, they are alike in even more ways, like their love of horses, baking, and splashing in puddles. And the one way they are alike the most is in their love for each other. Celebrate the joys of having siblings with the board book edition of David McPhail's charming tribute to sisters. Perfect for all ages!
Sisters are different in so many ways, yet alike in many more. But there is one heartfelt way in which they are most
alike--they love each other so very much.
David McPhail's celebration of the joys--and trials--of sisterhood has been a favorite with sisters of all ages for almost twenty years. Now published in full color for the first time, in its original intimate size, a new generation of sisters will love to read this treasure . . . together.
Features a presentation page, a personal touch for gift giving.
McPhail's celebration of the joys--and trials--of sisterhood has been a favorite with sisters of all ages for almost 20 years. Now published in full color for the first time, in its original intimate size, a new generation of sisters will love to read this treasure together.
This engaging book is about the special relationship between two sisters. and#8220;McPhailand#8217;s gentle story and appealing drawings exude warmth and an air of exuberance, involving the reader with two sisters.and#8221;--Publishers Weekly
Celebrating the bond between brothers, this is aand#160;touching and humorous companion to David McPhail's perennial favorite, Sisters.
Sometimes brothers are different. Sometimes they're alike. Some days brothers get along. Other days they don't! But on this they agree: brothers stick together. Always.and#160;A sweet and humorous companion to David McPhail's Sisters, a favorite since 1984, Brothers celebrates the lasting bond between siblings.
About the Author
DAVID McPHAIL is the creator of dozens of wonderful books, including Big Brown Bear's Up and Down Day; Sisters; Mole Music,
a New York Times Book Review
Best Illustrated Book of the Year; and several recent Green Light Readers for Harcourt. He lives in New Hampshire.