How Not To Babysit Your Brother
  • How Not To Babysit Your Brother
  • How Not To Babysit Your Brother
  • How Not To Babysit Your Brother
ISBN: 0375828567
EAN13: 9780375828560
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 25, 2005
Pages: 48
Dimensions: 0.16" H x 8.82" L x 5.83" W
Weight: 0.22 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Will s little brother, Steve, is big trouble. What happens when Will has to babysit? Steve s over-the-top mishaps and Will s attempts to get him under control are sure to keep kids reading and laughing throughout this Step 4 book. Early readers with younger siblings are sure to relate.

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   How Not to Babysit Your Brother
It is a good chapter book for children to read and a fun book for them, especially for those who have younger siblings. My granddaughter did get the giggles, as we were reading it at some of the things that the brothers were doing and I knew that she was thinking of herself and her baby brother. The pictures were funny and helped the story. But in general, it did not hold her interest, as some of her other more favorite books do, nor do I think she will reread it as much as some of the others.
   Funny & cute
I purchased this for my almost seven-year-old son. I thought it would be cute by the title and cover, and is extremely cute and my son laughs through the whole book. Just like the boy in the book, he also has a little brother who sometimes bugs the hell out of him, so he can relate more to the characters in the book. I love her as a mother!
   Great way for big brother to read to siblings
2nd grade read good for second grade. My 8 year old liked this book and is silly enough to read to siblings. Nevertheless, it is a short chapter book. I recommended the I Survivor series if your child is new to chapter books.
   it's a matter of personal liking
Though some parts were mildly entertaining, my son's frustration grew as we moved along the book. He found the final mess more frustrating and troublesome than funny.
   "Hilarious"....per Jason, age 5
Our five-year-old grandson LOVED this story! He had to use a bookmark for the first time because it was so long that he got sleepy reading it to his father at bedtime! But, he finished it the next night and told me later that it was hilarious... Perfect for the new reader who is beginning to really take off with reading. It sparks their interest and is not so difficult that the child gets discouraged and quits!!
   great book
I did this for my daughter - she is in kindergarten and an advanced reader. She has a little brother and I thought this book was so appropriate. My daughter has to laugh loud when she reads the book because it is so funny. She not only reads the book, she also applies what happens in the book to her life, like not to let her little brother use the video games or he may delete your high score. I can recommend this book highly! '' I can highly recommend it! Great read!
   Great beginner chapter book
7 year old granddaughter laughed and laughed, it helps that she has a little brother too. It really helped improve her reading as well. She enjoyed the descriptions and the way the two brothers spoke. Chapter book for beginners.
   Very funny!
Very funny book for my kindergartner that is learning to read to read. He has a little brother, so that he sees the story through his own experience!
   Fun read
My grandson really enjoys this book. I have to read it several times in a night in one night, I've had to read it several times. Now he tries to read it himself.
   Our 3 Boys love it
We have a 2, 4 and 6 year old. We got a huge kick out of this book, we had it only a few weeks ago and is already completely beaten because they insist on reading it so much. The language is simple enough that even though there are chapters and paragraphs, the six-year-old can read them.