Educational Picture Book Review

           For Parents, Teachers and Toddlers
            Will it be a Baby Brother?
            By Eve Bunting
            Illustrated by: Beth Spiegel
            Boyds Mills Press, 2010
            $19.95 Cdn. and U.S.

            This is a wonderful picture book about
            Edward, a boy, who is anticipating the
            arrival of a new baby brother or sister.
            He wishes more than anything that his mom
            has a baby brother for him.
            As time goes on, he starts filling the
            crib with a wooden train, dump truck, and
            other toys for boys. Then the big day
            arrives. Although he wishes for a
            brother, when he first glances at the
            little baby in a blanket when his mom
            comes home from the hospital, he didn’t
            care whether it was a brother or sister.
            He feels a love for the little baby like
            he never imagined.
            What a great sweet lesson for kids.
            This is a story most kids will relate to
            easily. It is enchanting and wonderful at
            the same time. The illustrations are
            transporting and colourful. It is a must
            read book for any child before the
            arrival of another baby within the

Rating: 5 stars
            Reviewed by Irene S. Roth


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