Being the littlest one is often an advantage - it's nice to have special treatment and not to have to do for yourself such difficult things as tying your shoelaces or doing up buttons on a coat. But it's also a big step to be independent, and in this book Jane Browne pictures the world of "the little one", contrasting the everyday events and attitudes which affect the older sister as well.
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