Dogs Don't Eat Jam and Other Things Big Kids Know

Dogs Don't Eat Jam and Other Things Big Kids Know

Book - 2011
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Baker & Taylor
A big sister tells her new baby brother all of the things he'll learn to do by his first birthday, including walking, playing, and waving.

Perseus Publishing
New babies have a lot to learn; lucky for them, the older sibling in this delightful picture book is here to tell them everything they have to remember and look forward to. Whether it’s advice on turning regular people into parents, learning how to goand stopor figuring out the most important words (Mama! Dada! Up!), Dogs Don’t Eat Jam is filled with useful tips and lessons from an experienced older sibling that will help newborns navigate the uncertainties of their new world. Following on the heels of the much-praised A Flock of Shoes, Sarah Tsiang and Qin Leng team up for a second time in this playful new picture book. It’s the ultimate guide for newborns from an older, wiser sibling.


Firefly Books Ltd

Congratulations! You've been born. Now what?

New babies have a lot to learn; lucky for them, the older sibling in Dogs Don't Eat Jam and Other Things Big Kids Know is here to tell them everything they have to remember . . . and look forward to.

Whether it's advice on turning regular people into parents, learning how to go -- and stop -- or figuring out the most important words (Mama! Dada! Up!),Dogs Don't Eat Jam is filled with useful tips and lessons from an experienced older sibling that will help newborns navigate the uncertainties of their new world.

Following on the heels of the much-praised A Flock of Shoes, Sarah Tsiang and Qin Leng team up for a second time in this playful new picture book. It's the ultimate guide for newborns from an older, wiser sibling.


Congratulations! You've been born. Now what?

Publisher: Toronto : Annick Press, c2011
ISBN: 9781554513604
Branch Call Number: JX FIC TSI
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Leng, Qin

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KRockstar10 Jun 19, 2013

I wasn't a huge fan of the illustrations, but the story was nice enough.

JewelMcLatchy Oct 21, 2012

Cute book to read with Mom or Dad, as the main voice is the older sister (roughly kindergarten aged) imparting words of wisdom to the baby.

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29525007465134KB Apr 27, 2014

29525007465134KB thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 3 and 8

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