Cameron and Me

Overview

There's a new baby at our house.

His name is Cameron.

I wish he'd go away. I'd like that.

Then there would be only me.

Zachary hasn't even started nursery school and yet he's already a has been. Once he was the focus of his parents' attention--now baby Cameron is stealing the limelight. Anything Cameron can do, Zachary can do better, but ...

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Overview

There's a new baby at our house.

His name is Cameron.

I wish he'd go away. I'd like that.

Then there would be only me.

Zachary hasn't even started nursery school and yet he's already a has been. Once he was the focus of his parents' attention--now baby Cameron is stealing the limelight. Anything Cameron can do, Zachary can do better, but nobody seems to notice. Cameron is oblivious to his big brother's dilemma; that is, until a new baby sister comes along.

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Karen Saxe
This is a charming book about a boy, roughly three years old, who gets a sibling and, eventually, another. The boy tells the story. He first tells us of his frustrations with this new baby and then about his plans for how to get rid of him. As we read along, he grows more and more caring toward his baby brother, Cameron. At the end, they get a new baby sister and the two big brothers now share feelings toward the new baby that the oldest child once felt toward Cameron. Many two to five year olds with younger siblings will enjoy this book.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780773730045
  • Publisher: Stoddart Kids
  • Publication date: 3/1/1997
  • Pages: 14
  • Age range: 3 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.56 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.43 (d)

Meet the Author

Dorothy Joan Harris was born in Kobe, Japan on February 14, 1931, and came to Canada in 1938. She graduated from the University of Toronto in modern languages, then taught in France and Japan. In 1955, she married Alan Harris, settled in Toronto, and was editor with Copp Clark Publishers. She began writing for her two children, Kim and Doug, and has gone on to write for other people's children.

Marilyn Mets has been working in Toronto as an illustrator, art director and graphic designer for over 25 years. She has illustrated and collaborated on numerous children's books, winning many awards and nominations including being nominated for the Amelia Frances Gibbons Award for Illustration in 1998 for Cameron and Me.

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