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@Download E-pub â Mission: New Baby ⚣ Greetings, Special Agent You ve accepted the mission you re going to be a big sibling This is your super secret guide to training your family s newest recruit There will be lots to do, like leading physical training teaching your sibling to walk and sharing intel reading together , but we know you re up for the challenge Best of luck, Agent This is HQ, signing off Over and out The book begins Congratulations Headquarters is about to get a brand new recruit Since you re the b ig brother or sister, your mission is to train the new kid on the team It s a Big job Are you ready Using military terminology it teaches a sibling how to be the best big brother ever. A new recruit is coming soon, and as the older sibling, it s your job to train the newbie in everything from communications to peek a boo Super cute way to get older siblings to be excited about the new baby coming soon Best for kids 4 6 years old, give or take a year Starts before the baby is born 1 Attend Briefing i.e be told about the imminent arrival and runs through bath bedtime 16 Hush Sleeper Agents i.e when the now older baby finally learns to say your name A new recruit is coming soon, and as the older sibling, it s your job to train the newbie in everything from communications to peek a boo Super cute way to get older siblings to be excited about the new baby coming soon Best for kids 4 6 years old, give or take a year Starts before the baby is born 1 Attend Briefing i.e be told about the imminent arrival and runs through bath bedtime 16 Hush Sleeper Agents i.e when the now older baby finally learns to say your name 9 3 16Mission New Baby by Susan Hood is a picture book for children age 3 to 7 The book s purpose was to introduce having a new baby in the house by having the older sibling train the baby on what it is like to be a kid in sixteen steps I gave this book a 1 star rating because I did not feel that the format would be effective for a child 3 to 7 years old The language and format seemedappropriate for a teenager who might be able to understand the some of the vocabulary and references th 9 3 16Mission New Baby by Susan Hood is a picture book for children age 3 to 7 The book s purpose was to introduce having a new baby in the house by having the older sibling train the baby on what it is like to be a kid in sixteen steps I gave this book a 1 star rating because I did not feel that the format would be effective for a child 3 to 7 years old The language and format seemedappropriate for a teenager who might be able to understand the some of the vocabulary and references that were used Vocabulary such as congratulations, headquarters, recruit, mission, briefing, associates, credentials and covert would be over the heads of a 3 to 7 year old The illustrations that were used involved a child who looked to be about 7 years old so this would not appeal to a teenager Some of the steps were redundant or made no sense The concept is a novel idea and might appeal to a child who is into super agents and spies but overall I feel that the book is not appropriate for the age group it is intended for and that a child would become bored by step five I read the story to my 8 year old son and we spenttime on explaining what the big words meant than getting the point of the story He said he only kinda liked the story and felt it was too long This picture book introduces the concept of having a new baby in the house as a spy s mission that must be completed by following a series of steps, each of which represents an activity or milestone that an older sibling can help a new baby with learning The cartoon pencil and watercolor illustrations are enjoyable and represent the brief, numbered steps of the new baby s training Many of the illustrations include dialog between the characters, which helps flesh out the steps Children ages This picture book introduces the concept of having a new baby in the house as a spy s mission that must be completed by following a series of steps, each of which represents an activity or milestone that an older sibling can help a new baby with learning The cartoon pencil and watercolor illustrations are enjoyable and represent the brief, numbered steps of the new baby s training Many of the illustrations include dialog between the characters, which helps flesh out the steps Children ages 3 7 who have had or are expecting a new sibling should find this book especially entertaining, but any child can enjoy this book It would probably work best one on one, for careful consideration of the illustrations since they carry the weight of the story, rather than in a group setting