New Baby!

Written by Stéphanie Blake | North South Books | April 2016

Simon is not pleased when his mother says, “SHHHH! You’ll have to play more quietly, we have a tiny new baby in the house.” So when Simon peeks into his baby brother’s room, he says: “Go home, New Baby!” But as they days pass, Simon soon realizes that New Baby is not going anywhere. And that maybe, just maybe, it’s okay.

Stephanie Blake’s hilarious and irreverent little bunny will tickle kids’ funny bones.

“Blake’s protagonist has a gap-toothed grin that’s both cute and borderline diabolical, as well as overlong ears that stick straight up like two baguettes.” ―New York Times Book Review of Poop-di-doop!

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