From the anteater who's an only child, to the armadillos who are born in sets of four identical siblings, Sisters and Brothers highlights lots of interesting creatures. Readers will learn about black widow spiders, lizards, elephants, and more in this fun to explore 32-page picture book.
Author Robin Page and illustrator Steven Jenkins have worked together on several projects including Move! and What Do You Do with a Tail Like This?, and the team has won awards for their brilliant collaborations. Sisters and Brothers is just as satisfying and well done as the team's other efforts, and fans of this duo won't be disappointed.
Having Sisters and Brothers available in paperback makes this delightful book more accessible to a wider audience. Filled with interesting information and intriguing imagery, this is a book to look at and love often. The book is also available in a hardcover edition and it can also be downloaded on Kindle.
With starred reviews from Book List and School Library Journal, it's no wonder animal book enthusiasts are getting excited about the upcoming release of the Sisters and Brothers paperback edition. Share it with you little ones and start a dialogue about sibling relations, or give as a gift to your favorite animal book enthusiast. Sisters and Brothers: Sibling Relationships in the Animal World paperback edition will be out this March 20th, 2012 from Sandpiper.