I Can't Talk Yet, but When I Do...

I Can t Talk Yet but When I Do Everyone knows babies can t talk but if they could they d have a lot to thank their older siblings for whether it s giving them extra licks of an ice cream cone teaching them songs to sing or not

  • Title: I Can't Talk Yet, but When I Do...
  • Author: Julie Markes Laura Rader
  • ISBN: 9780060099213
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Hardcover
  • I Can't Talk Yet, but When I Do...

    Everyone knows babies can t talk, but if they could, they d have a lot to thank their older siblings for whether it s giving them extra licks of an ice cream cone, teaching them songs to sing, or not letting them put sand in their mouths This big thank you of a book is sure to add an extra layer of appreciation to any sibling relationship Julie Markes s sweet text andEveryone knows babies can t talk, but if they could, they d have a lot to thank their older siblings for whether it s giving them extra licks of an ice cream cone, teaching them songs to sing, or not letting them put sand in their mouths This big thank you of a book is sure to add an extra layer of appreciation to any sibling relationship Julie Markes s sweet text and Laura Rader s humorous illustrations will delight the entire family.

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    One thought on “I Can't Talk Yet, but When I Do...

    1. Jessi

      My 6yo son had me read this to him over and over. He has a nearly 2yo brother and this story really spoke to his soul. A wonderful story for those with toddler siblings.

    2. Jen H.

      This book made me cry- it is so sweet. It is a baby sister "talking" about all of the things she will tell her big sister when she can talk. Things like- I will say thank you for sticking up for me. I will say sorry for breaking your favorite toy. The page that just breaks my heart is the big sister reading to the little sister in bed and she "says" I can't talk yet but when I can I will tell you how I want to be just like you.

    3. KayCee K

      This story could not be any sweeter. I like the drawings and the cuteness of the lead characters, I mean mouse. He’s such a joy to read, I believe young children will like this book!

    4. Tracy Ralston

      A very sweet book about how a younger sibling admires their older sibling and can't wait to learn to speak so he call say how much he loves his sibling.

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