Wednesday, April 1, 2015

'Oh Brother! Why Is He My Brother?' by A. Law Shettleworth


Whether you have ever had a little brother or not, everyone will appreciate the annoying little pest they can sometimes be. In this story, one little brother’s (Richard) overly adventuresome nature saves the day for his older sister (Katie).

Learning to appreciate our siblings can be a challenge. This little story, written by A. Law Shettleworth will teach all children how to look at their little brother or sister in a brand new light.

Read an excerpt:
He started to flap his arms like a bird and roll all over the floor. Katie came down the stairs, and Richard kept rolling on the ground…

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Daughter of an African American father and a Chinese mother, Antonette Yolanda Drayton grew up in Hong Kong, where she attended Chinese schools before moving back to the United States in 1997. While in Hong Kong, she was given the Chinese name Kayee Law (羅加怡). Antonette earned a bachelor’s degree in advertising from San Jose State University, and resides in California with her husband and two sons.

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