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*[http://aries.jmrl.org/search/t?Baby+for+grace '''A Baby for Grace'''] by Ian Whybrow
 
*[http://aries.jmrl.org/search/t?Baby+for+grace '''A Baby for Grace'''] by Ian Whybrow
 
"When Grace tries to help get ready for the new baby, she hears a lot of No's."
 
"When Grace tries to help get ready for the new baby, she hears a lot of No's."
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*[http://aries.jmrl.org/search/t?baby+on+the+way '''Baby on the Way'''] by William Sears, M.D.
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"Physical and emotional realities for mommies are linked to things a child can understand."

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Here is a list of great titles for parents looking for books about a new baby joining the household.


"Mae is excited about the new baby in her family and her part in the school Christmas play."

"Angelina's excitement over the arrival of a new baby turns to jealousy when her little sister becomes the center of attention."

"A little girl learns about the joys and challenges of being a new big sister."

"Arthur isn't sure he is happy about the new baby, but when his sister asks for his help, he feels much better."

"A non-fiction look at waiting for and welcoming a new baby. Includes information on how babies are born, adoption, babies with special needs, and dealing with feelings."

"A new baby is on the way and big brother and sister want to know all about babies of every sort."

"Simple, straight-forward text describes the changes that come with a new baby."

"When Grace tries to help get ready for the new baby, she hears a lot of No's."

"Physical and emotional realities for mommies are linked to things a child can understand."