It's Not Fair!
Written by Anita Harper
Illustrated by Mary McQuillan
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It's Not Fair! by Anita HarperWhen Mum and Dad brought my baby brother home, everyone fussed over him. It wasn't fair! What about me? You're a big girl now, my mum said. I'm not that big. Coping with the arrival of a younger sibling is never easy for a child, but, as unfair as life can seem, maybe there are some advantages of being the older sibling after all...Any child who has to put up with a baby brother or sister is certain to identify with this funny, true-to-life story.
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1st March 2007
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