Siblings: No Returns, No Exchanges

Do you have a little brother or sister? Then you might relate to these fun reads about new siblings.

Elmore has a sweet life. His very own room and no one messes with his toys...until IT arrives. Elmore wishes The New Small Person would go back where it came from. When the small person steps in to chase away Elmore's bad dream, he realizes maybe having company isn't all that bad.

A new baby in the house means that everyone is always busy. To help out, Lola Reads to Leo. No matter how busy the day, Mom and Dad still take time to read to Lola.

Mia just wants her big brother Spencer to let her play with him, but he's far too busy. In One Busy Day, Mia's imagination takes her on some exciting adventures that even Spencer can't resist.

No one knows how to ruin fun like Benny's pesky little sister Penny. But when brave Benny encounters a scary bug, Penny comes to the rescue in Benny and Penny in Just Pretend.

Furry family members can also have issues with siblings. Kitty had just started getting used to Puppy when a new creature joins the household. When Bad Kitty Meets the Baby, she is not happy, but discovers she and the creature have a very important thing in common.

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