In her family chronicles, Charlotte Zolotow sometimes substitutes
sentiment for sense: Big Brother was such a sentimental compromise
but this is better - under the eider-down illustrations there's a
credible solution. Benevolent tyranny gives way before maturing
independence in the story of a big sister who takes good care of
her little sister in every way. Too good, the little girl thinks
one day, and she runs away. When big sister can't find her, she
sits down and cries "just the way little sister did often.... Then
little sister went over and put her arm around big sister...And
from that day on little sister and big sister both took care of
each other." A tender valentine for siblings, done in budding pinks
and greens. (Kirkus Reviews)
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||250 x 210mm (L x W)
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