You and Me/ Tú y yo


You and Me/ Tú y Yo, illustrated by Rachel Fuller and translated by Teresa Mlawer, tells the story of the bond between a new baby and their sibling. This is an easy to read, bilingual board book that is great for a bilingual baby/toddler storytime.

This story covers the excitement that comes with having a new baby brother or sister, along with the tough times that can be caused by sibling rivalry. It is not always sunshine and butterflies for these siblings and this book gives caregivers a good opportunity to discuss how to handle situations in which you and your sibling may not get along.

The illustrations are well done and have a crayon drawing feel to them. Overall I thought it was a very cute book and I think any parents with young children will appreciate its simple message.

Author: TheLatinxLibrarian

Hey there! My name is Addie and I am a lover of books. I enjoy reading all kinds of books from YA literature to Shakespeare. I am a librarian in a public library. I am a huge fan of books that promote diversity and I enjoy learning about other cultures through the pages of a book. I am also a big fan of humor, sci-fi and crochet!

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