Item description for My Youngest, There's No One Like You (Birth Order Books) by Kevin Leman...
Overview When Youngest Cub complains that it is hard to be the youngest, Mama Bear looks at family photos with him and explains how much he means to her.
Publishers Description Every child is special. And every child deserves to be recognized for what makes him or her unique. In these creative and heartwarming books, birth order guru, Dr. Kevin Leman, and his artist son, Kevin Leman II, follow up on their new birth order series for children. Following My Firstborn, There's No One Like You, these next two books in the series continue using birth order principles to convey love, acceptance, and a sense of individuality to the middle and youngest child in the family. These books will be enjoyed by parents and children, alike.
Citations And Professional Reviews My Youngest, There's No One Like You (Birth Order Books) by Kevin Leman has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Ingram Children's Advance - 01/01/2005 page 39
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 8.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.56 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2005
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
ISBN 0800718313 ISBN13 9780800718312
Availability 0 units.
More About Kevin Leman
Dr. Kevin Leman is an internationally known psychologist, humorist, and bestselling author. He is former consulting psychologist for Good Morning America and frequent guest for The View, Today, and Focus on the Family. He and his wife, Sande, live in Tucson, Arizona. They have five children and two grandchildren.
Kevin Leman currently resides in Tuscon, in the state of Arizona.
Kevin Leman has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about My Youngest, There's No One Like You (Birth Order Books)?
Too Stereotyped Sep 13, 2005
I am a psychologist and bought all 3 books in the series when my son's wife gave birth to his 3rd child. I didn't preview it before I read these books to the oldest as well as to newly deemed "middle child." I was disapointed and a bit apologetic to their parents when we all read it together. These children knew the message(s) in the book were related to them. I felt that since they are so young, they were getting a message about how they were going to (or should) turn out. Also, there were references to Christmas and I felt this didn't leave room for people who celebrate other holidays than those. I thought the concept of the book was good. From the title, I was mainly interested in the message that the mother loves all three of her children, recognises differences, but loves them just the same. I wish the author would have just adhered to that theme and left the predictions about their personalities and behavior out of it. [...]
Raising a youngest child... Jul 11, 2005
is fun, and hard on the heart. She/he is the last "first" of everyone.
The book has great illistrations and is cute to read!