Top 10 Siblings Books

    Hello in There!: A Big Sister's Book of Waiting
    6.1
    Series
    01
    Hello in There!: A Big Sister's Book of Waiting
    Written and illustrated by Jo Witek
    Max's Castle
    6.1
    02
    Max's Castle
    Written by Kate Banks & illustrated by Boris Kulikov
    Little Women
    5.9
    #1 in Series
    03
    Little Women
    04
    The Cow Who Climbed a Tree
    Written and illustrated by Gemma Merino
    Bunny Roo, I Love You
    5.8
    Series
    05
    Bunny Roo, I Love You
    Written by Melissa Marr & illustrated by Teagan White
    Pride & Prejudice
    5.8
    Series
    06
    Pride & Prejudice
    Written by Jennifer Adams & illustrated by Alison Oliver
    Famously Phoebe
    5.8
    07
    Famously Phoebe
    Written by Lori Alexander & illustrated by Aurelie Blard-Quintard
    08
    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
    Written by Mark Twain
    09
    Ish
    Written and illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds
    Little House in the Big Woods
    5.6
    #1 in Series
    10
    Little House in the Big Woods
    Written by Laura Ingalls Wilder & illustrated by Garth Williams

One of my friends recently expressed gratitude for "life scouts" in his life—he wasn't talking about an official scouting program, rather about his siblings, who had gone before and "scouted" out life for him, so that he had a little more information when his turn came along. There are bumps along the road with any sibling relationship, as there are in any meaningful relationship, and at their worst siblings can appear to have no purpose in life other than to make your own difficult. However, at their best, they are your sworn protectors, fiercest allies and best friends. Luckily, the balance of a lifetime shift siblings role closer to "best friends" than "worst enemies," as long as siblings are putting in the effort along the way to forgive and remember they love each other. These are some of our favorite children's books showing sibling dynamics—they provide meaningful ways to talk about how to deal with different situations with siblings and keep an eye on what matters most!

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