Turn sibling rivalry into positive sibling relationships with this fun, humorous pocket guide for kids.
Brothers and sisters can make for great friends, and it’s nice to have someone who’ll love you no matter what. But kids know that sibling relationships can be hard when problems of fairness, jealousy, conflict, tattling, privacy, and other things come up—and they usually do.
This book teaches kids how to deal with sibling rivalry and more, including special situations such as siblings with special needs, step-siblings, and adopted siblings.
Loaded with specific ways to increase bonding and improve sibling relationships.
Inviting, light-hearted approach will keep kids laughing and learning.
Experienced author team provides information you can trust.
Siblings’ focuses on building positive sibling relationships, after all, siblings can grow up to be the best of friends.
Reading level: Grade 4
Interest level: Ages 8 – 13
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