Tuesday, April 7, 2015

We Are Brothers

We Are Brothers
DaYun Oh
 Little Brother and Big Brother are having a hard time getting along. They can't seem share. When Big Brother gets in trouble he begins to imagine what life would be like if he were the only child. But then Little Brother comes to keep him company while he is in the thinking chair and they realize that brothers are very important. But that doesn't mean they will not disagree from time to time.

Bright, colorful, artful illustrations help tell a story about fighting brothers and sibling rivalry. The brothers learn from experience about the bond between them. The story is told in a way that children will enjoy and can relate to. Parents will be able to use the book for teachable moments. Simple vocabulary and larger print will make the book great for early readers. The book ends with a section for parents to use with their child about conflict resolution. It has an activity that can help siblings grasp the concept. There is also an interactive section called Reader's Theater that will give the children more activities that relate to the subject.

I received this book free of charge from Children's Lit in exchange for my honest review.

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