Brothers and Sisters

Mary Amato ; illustrated by Delphine Durand
When her older sisters tease her into believing that she is actually a chicken, Henrietta runs off to a farm to be among her own kind.
by Jonathan London ; illlustrated by Frank Remkiewicz
Froggy hoped for a brother to play with so he is disappointed with his new baby sister, Pollywogilina, but only until she is old enough to start learning from her big brother.
Holly Keller
Geraldine the pig hates to have her little brother Willie copy her behavior and finally discovers one activity which he won't imitate.
Sally Lloyd-Jones
An all-knowing big sister gives her baby sibling lessons in being a baby. Take it from the narrator of this book, an all-knowing big sister: when you're a baby you don't read books. You eat them. You don't know how old you are, or even if you're a boy or a girl. And you have to keep a special plug in your mouth to stop your scream from coming out. But one day, you won't be little anymore, and then you'll be taller and smarter, and actually quite clever. Like the narrator. And you'll be able to share memories of what it was like when you were little with your incredible Big Sister.
Jan Fearnley
Martha, a young mouse with a sensible big sister and a cute little brother, begins to feel invisible and decides to run away, but at the end of the garden she meets a wise frog who points out just how special the middle can be.
Valorie Fisher
Photographs and simple text depict a big brother from the point of view of his baby sibling.
Rosemary Wells
Feeling neglected, Nora makes more and more noise to attract her parents' attention.
Shirley Hughes
Olly and his big sister have a good time together, whether dancing, walking in the park with their parents, or playing with friends
Kevin Henkes
When brave Sheila Rae, who usually looks out for her sister Louise, becomes lost and scared one day, Louise comes to the rescue.
Pat Hutchins
A young girl describes her relationship to the various members of her family, including her stepfamily, as they all gather to celebrate her birthday.
Robert Kraus ; pictures by Jose Aruego
A lonely little mouse has to be resourceful in order to bring his family back together.