The Baby-Changing Station (Hardcover)
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Before Joe rolled in / I was the ten-year-old King / of all I surveyed / Now that he’s here / It’s perfectly clear / That I / am in the way.
James is NOT a fan of his new little brother, Joe. His parents adore Joe and don’t have time for James anymore. What is an older sibling supposed to do?!
When James stumbles upon a baby-changing station that can exchange younger siblings for much more exciting things, he is faced with endless options. Should he choose the night-vision googles, a cool chemistry set, a guitar, or keep his baby brother? James is put through the ultimate test until he realizes that being a big brother is not so bad after all.
With sly humor, playful rhymes, and dynamic art, The Baby-Changing Station celebrates the timeless theme of older-younger sibling rivalry with a humorous magical twist perfect for readers of all ages.
Dan Santat is the Caldecott Medal–winning and New York Times bestselling creator of The Adventures of Beekle, Are We There Yet?, and After the Fall as well as the illustrator of many other picture books, including No More Poems by Rhett Miller, the Crankenstein series by Samantha Berger, and Drawn Together and Lift written by Minh Lê. Dan lives in Southern California with his wife and two children.
"Miller's rhyme scheme and Santat's imaginative illustrations make The Baby-Changing Station an entertaining and surprisingly touching read."—Entertainment Weekly