Written by Stephanie Watson, Illustrated by Joy Ang
Published by Bloomsbury Children’s Books
Why I Liked Behold! A Baby
- Heartwarming topic and solution
- The big brother has a deep change of heart. It won’t be for long and it’s more toward his role in the family than toward his brother.
How to Read Behold! A Baby
- Use four different types of voices. Speak quickly, slowly, loudly and quietly.
- Have kids hold a doll or stuffed animal and behave like a big sibling
- Stand as you read the book, like a ringmaster.
- Use very exaggerated expressions
Activities for Behold! A Baby
- Make an obstacle course with blocks and other toys for the “baby” to crawl through.
- Eat bananas
- Make up a secret language
- Have kids write notes to each other about why they love each other.
Questions to ask about Behold! A Baby
- What do you think Big Brother was feeling?
- When did his feelings change?
- Do you think he will always like his little brother?
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