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by Barbara Leonard Gibson,Audrey Penn

Download A Pocket Full of Kisses ePub
  • ISBN 0439686164
  • ISBN13 978-0439686167
  • Language Spanish
  • Author Barbara Leonard Gibson,Audrey Penn
  • Publisher Scholastic (2004)
  • Formats doc mobi docx lrf
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Animals
  • Size ePub 1553 kb
  • Size Fb2 1922 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 990

In this tender sequel to the New York Times bestseller and children's classic The Kissing Hand, Audrey Penn provides parents with another tale of love and reassurance to share with their children. Chester Raccoon has a baby brother-and the baby brother is taking over his territory. When Chester sees his mother give his baby brother a Kissing Hand-his Kissing Hand-he is overcome with sadness, but Mrs. Raccoon soothes his fears with her own special brand of wisdom, finding just the right way to let Chester know he is deeply loved. Brought to life by Barbara Leonard Gibson's warm illustrations, this story is perfect for families who are adjusting to all the changes new members can bring.

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Had this book and used to read it to my grandchildren. My granddaughter loved it so much that she slipped it into my suitcase when my husband and I moved to Italy for three years. I used to read it to her via Skype. Thought it was a perfect gift for a friends little boy as he was getting a baby brother..
I purchased this to accompany the kissing hand book I used with my 3 year old foster daughter in therapy. It ended up being a great book for our 5 year old biological son who has had to adjust to sharing Mom and Dad with his new siblings. A sweet read and good conversation starter for the situation.
This is a sweet book. We enjoy reading this series and my 4 year old, who is a new big brother, could relate well to this story. The illustrations are beautiful.
Chester now has a younger brother (although in reality, these babies would have been from the same litter). When his mama gives the brother a kissing hand too, Chester is upset because that was his special link with Mama. She explains that she has enough love to share with both of them (equally) but that because Chester is older, he deserves a big brother something special...another kiss as a spare.
My oldest daughter was an only child for three years until her younger sister was born. She sometimes feels very left out and this book was perfect to help her understand that she is loved just as much and will always hold a special place in our hearts.
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I bought this book as a gift for my neighbor who recently had her second child. This is a great book for letting the first child know that he/she is still loved and very special.
Sweet story.