Katy Duck, Big Sister

  • Title: Katy Duck, Big Sister
  • Author: Alyssa Satin Capucilli
  • ISBN: 9781416942092
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Board Book
  • Katy Duck Big Sister A Katy Duck story about siblings and sharingCan Katy Duck learn to share the spotlight Katy Duck s little brother Emmett Duck is cute small cuddlyd he s getting all of the attention Katy is no lon
    A Katy Duck story about siblings and sharingCan Katy Duck learn to share the spotlight Katy Duck s little brother, Emmett Duck, is cute, small, cuddlyd he s getting all of the attention Katy is no longer center stage and she s not happy about it Read along as Katy twirls, spins, and leaps her way through this amusing story and learns an important lesson in heA Katy Duck story about siblings and sharingCan Katy Duck learn to share the spotlight Katy Duck s little brother, Emmett Duck, is cute, small, cuddlyd he s getting all of the attention Katy is no longer center stage and she s not happy about it Read along as Katy twirls, spins, and leaps her way through this amusing story and learns an important lesson in her own charming Katy way

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    About Alyssa Satin Capucilli


    1. Alyssa Satin Capucilli was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1957 She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, and pursued her interest in dance, becoming a professional dancer and dance instructor Though Capucilli had written stories, poems, and even puppet shows as a child, she didn t consider a career as a writer until after her own two children were born To this day she sees herself as both a dancer and a writer, and the two professions complement each other nicely dancing is, in her words, telling stories in another way, and readers of her children s books can attest to the rhythm of her language Since 1994, she has written than 15 books for children, and her work has been translated into French, Hebrew, Afrikaans, Greek, and Bulgarian Capucilli lives in Hastings on Hudson, New York, with her husband and children They have a chocolate Labrador retriever named Huckleberry, who likes to watch the author at work.


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    1. This book really hit the spot for my four year old daughter and two year old son. There is this unspoken pressure from some people for my son to avoid "girly" things. But it's only natural for a younger brother to want to emulate his older sister's play! This book clearly allows boy and girl sibling children to be playful children without gender pressure imposed by adults afraid of boys acting like girls. I wish I knew of more books about early childhood play between an older sister and a younge [...]

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    2. This is a cute little book to help 'older' siblings to not be jealous of their younger baby siblings. Katy Duck wants her parents to dance and have fun with her. But when she always asks them they are always busy with her baby brother. And another time she goes to find her favorite tutu and finds that her brother has it on his head, she grabs it away making him cry and sad. She doesn't like to have him sad so she figures out a way to include him and they both go dance and play together.

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    3. I had hoped this would be a little bit more new baby focused, but as the subtitle says, its more about sharing. Katy Duck has to share her tutu with her baby brother, but they learn to dance together. It was alright. Nothing especially touching or funny.

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    4. This is my little Chloe's favorite book right now! It's realy cute - perfect for coping with the demands of big sisterhood.

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    5. This is a great book for a big little sister! My daughter identified with the main character and loves the pictures. It is also has a very cute story.

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    6. I have an older girl and baby boy and it fit our family situation perfectly. My daughter loves Katy Duck and will go throw "tra la la quack quack" into our conversations sometimes to be cute.

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