Biscuit and the baby
Alyssa Satin Capucilli
Pictures by Pat Schories
Ages 4 to 6
HarperCollins, 2005, 0-06-009461-3
There is a new baby in the house and Biscuit is dying to meet it. Biscuit’s little mistress keeps telling him that now is not the right time for Biscuit to meet the baby because the baby is resting. Poor Biscuit doesn’t understand though. There is a new soft blanket and some little booties to play with, and what about the new rattle that is lying on the floor? It would seem that all these things belong to the baby and not to Biscuit.
At last Biscuit cannot stand the waiting any longer and he starts to bark. Of course this makes the baby cry. What is the baby going to think of Biscuit when they get to finally meet?
Simply written in a form perfectly suited to beginner readers, children who have grown up with Biscuit and his family will be delighted to find that they can continue to enjoy the little dog’s adventures in this “I Can Read” book.
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