In rhyming text, mothers and their babies are described sharing in a variety of activities, from playing at the ocean to reading books and taking a bath.
I Used to Be the Baby
A young boy helps his mother take care of his baby brother.
Will it be a baby brother?
A little boy is certain that his expectant mother will give birth to a baby brother.
On the Day I Was Born
Members of an extended African American family celebrate with joy and pride the birth of a first-born son.
Illustrations and text welcome a new baby to some of life's delights, from "the glistening mystery of soap bubbles" to "the swish of leaves in the breeze."
Julius, the Baby of the World
Lilly is convinced that the arrival of her new baby brother is the worst thing that has happened in their house until Cousin Garland comes to visit.
A baby boy has lots of fun when his father plays with him.
Henry's First-Moon Birthday
A young girl helps her grandmother with preparations for the traditional Chinese celebration to welcome her new baby brother.
Just Like Me
Tom is not happy about the arrival of his new baby brother until his parents show that change can be a positive experience.
My Baby & Me
Photographs and simple text portray interactions between babies and their toddler siblings.
Cornelius P. Mud, Are You Ready for Baby?
There's a new baby in the house, and Cornelius realizes he's not quite ready.
Baby Baby Blah Blah Blah!
When Emily's parents tell her that they are going to have a baby, she makes a list of the pros and cons of what is to come. Fortunately the pros prevail, in this ultimately reassuring book.
When Natalie's baby brother is born too soon, she tries to wait patiently to teach him everything he will need to know, but she misses her parents and begins to resent the time they spend with him at the hospital.
Baby and his family make some jazzy music.
Pecan Pie Baby
When Mama's pregnancy draws attention away from Gia, she worries that the special bond they share will disappear forever once the baby is born.