A Baby for Grace

by Ian Whybrow

Other authorsChristian Birmingham (Illustrator)
Paperback, 2001





Kingfisher (2001), 32 pages


When her parents bring home their new baby, Grace must adjust to a new presence in the household.

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LibraryThing member StephanieVega
Grace is struggling with adjusting to her new baby brother because the adults are constantly telling her no. When she brings her brother flowers she is finally praised.

Ages: 4-5

Source: Pierce College
LibraryThing member cabram90
Grace has a new baby sister who seems to be getting all the attention while she constantly gets told no to everything she does. Then her dad finally says yes.
LibraryThing member JustineArm
Grace is a little girl who is about to become a big sister. She is sad because she wants to help but everyone keeps telling her no. She had to stay home when her dad went to get her mom and baby and when the baby was home everyone was telling her “no Grace, Not like that Grace.” She felt sad until her dad helped her cut flowers for the baby and made her feel special.… (more)
LibraryThing member octavio1
Grace is having a new brother; however, she is nervious because she doesn´t know how to take care of him. Her dad tries to let her know that she would be a great sister. When the baby comes at home Grace tries to carry him, but many people tell her what to do. Grace doesn´t want to hurt the baby. After couple months Grace finally carries the baby showing that she will be a good sister
Age: 5-6
Source: Pierce College Library
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LibraryThing member khalilahbraylock
This book is about a girl name Grace that becomes a big sister. In the beginning she is very nervous cause she doesn't know how to care for a baby and thinks she will her it. After awhile she gets comfortable enough with the baby and holds it.


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Physical description

32 p.


0753453576 / 9780753453575


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