Siblings never get to tell their side of the story (or so it seems).
Complete with a unique flip format and Rocio Bonilla's vivacious illustrations that tell each sibling's story, this clever take on sibling rivalry shares two life lessons: sometimes it takes a sibling sharing their side of the story to realize how much they appreciate their other half; and it definitely helps to have someone on your side when a new baby arrives!
|Product dimensions:||9.70(w) x 10.60(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Rocio Bonilla is an author and illustrator. As an illustrator she has published several works in magazines such as El Mueble, Acosta't and Barça Kids, posters and a forty books with various publishers. As an author, she has published five titles, and her work has been translated into several languages. Rocio claims that her three children are her biggest critics and her biggest fans. If she were an animal she'd be a parakeet, and she never gets tired of drawing. She both wrote and illustrated What Color Is a Kiss?
Read an Excerpt
I don't like my sister.
Every Monday and Wednesday after school, we walk home together. She makes me hold her hand the whole time.
She makes me feel little.
I don't like my brother.
Every Monday and Wednesday after school, I have to walk him home. He can't do anything by himself.