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A celebration of the highs and lows of having a much loved but differently abled brother or sister.
This appealing brother and sister duo spend a lot of their day together, eating meals, going to school and playing. But life with an autistic sibling is not always easy. Through the eyes of the brother, we find out how they are both very different, but also very similar in other ways, and come what may they have lots of fun together and love each other just the same.
This is a touching book that will strike a chord with every family with siblings, especially where one is differently abled.
Short listed for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize.

Me and My Sister Reviews | Toppsta

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Rose Robbins is an award-winning Author/Illustrator based in Nottingham, UK. Rose has been making picture-books since the age of 6, when she received a stapler for her birthday. Her earliest surviving work is entitled `Two bunnies needing friends' of which only one copy is currently know to exist. She was awarded `Best New Blood' at the D&AD graduate fair in

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Rose Robbins is an award-winning Author/Illustrator based in Nottingham, UK. Rose has been making picture-books since the age of 6, when she received a stapler for her birthday. Her earliest surviving work is entitled `Two bunnies needing friends' of which only one copy is currently know to exist. She was awarded `Best New Blood' at the D&AD graduate fair in

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