Saturday, May 9, 2015

Oh, Brother, Why Is He My Brother? by A. Law Shettleworth Review

Title: Oh, Brother, Why Is He My Brother?
Author: A. Law Shettleworth
Genre: Children's
Pages: 16
Price: $4.99
Thoughts: A must-have book for anyone with small children in the home.

Buy Links:

Barnes and Noble

Book Synopsis:

Katie is annoyed with her young brother, Richard. He is over here, over there and everywhere. He is always on the lookout for the next adventure… One day, Katie was in distress and needed help. Richard was there to the rescue and save the day, and she learned to love, respect and appreciate him.


What a cute story! I loved the illustrations and loved the ending. I think it's a wonderful story for children going through troubling times with their siblings. I highly recommend this story to parents, grandparents, and anyone who has small children at home. It's even a great story for daycares and preschools. Something I really liked about the story was that it didn't say who was the older or younger sibling. This allows the story to be a good fit for any family with more than one child. 

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