Adjoa is excited about the arrival of her baby brother but she begins to notice that things have changed. At times Adjoa feels like she is being left out and asks the question ‘What about me?’
Throughout the story, the answers to Adjoa’s questions help her to learn that despite her feelings, being a big sister isn’t that bad after all.
Written by Rachael Buabeng
Rachael Buabeng is a mother, wife and entrepreneur aka mumpreneur.
This book is fantastic read and it is great to see an increase in books that resonate with my children and their culture. My kids thoroughly enjoyed the story. A must-have and gift for all my friends and family this year!
Great book for new sibling introduction! Love it!
My daughter loves the book. She felt so good reading a book about a girl who looked like her. To the point she dressed as Adjoa for World Book Day! Lovely book with a helpful message!
Well written and illustrated book
A lovely short book, which also teaches about the Ghanaian culture in a subtle way.
This was a hit with my daughter.
Miss C Asare
Great story to prepare an only child for a sibling
Lovely story to get my child ready and excited for a sibling.
Bonus that it has elements of the Ghanaian culture peppered throughout!
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