Lucy's new baby brother, William, is noisy and smelly, so Lucy insists he is returned to the hospital. She'd like to try another?less annoying?baby brother instead. But after trying a succession of babies from the New Baby Department, who turn out to be too boring, too hairy, and even too scary, it dawns on Lucy that maybe baby William wasn't so bad after all. In fact, he's perfect?as far as babies go, anyway!
Tony Bradman is a children's author of such titles as Daddy's Lullaby, The Magnificent Mummies, and Midnight in Memphis. Holly Swain is the illustrator of Dotty Inventions, Haven't You Grown!, Miss Fox, and A New Home for a Pirate.
"Fab, funny . . . Introducing a child to a new sibling can be tricky, so this book could provide a handy way for parents to tackle it." ?Waterstone's Books Quarterly
Sibling rivalry - Pictorial works - Juvenile fiction.|Newborn infants - Pictorial works - Juvenile fiction.