Za-za's Baby Brother

Publisher: Walker Books

Review

When Za-za's mum has a baby, it's hard for Za-za not to feel left out.

The baby is always hungry or tired or needs a nappy change and Mum and Dad are both so busy. Even the visitors only seem interested in her new little brother. When Mum suggests Za-za should cuddle the baby, she is a little sceptical but soon discovers that having a baby brother can be fun and that Mum and Dad have enough love for both of them.

This classic picture book is accompanied by an animated DVD and reading of the story, which is beautifully presented and complements both the text and Lucy Cousins' striking yet simple illustrations.

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