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Children's LiteratureThe concept of aunts and uncles differ from family to family. Age, marital status, occupation, ethnicity, and interests vary from person to person, and therefore each aunt and uncle is unique. This book is designed to teach a young child about the basic concept of family, specifically how aunts and uncles fit into the picture. In relatively few pages, it hits on many of the variances so that each child will find a picture or situation that is similar to his own. The book even teaches about great aunts and uncles, as well as some people who are called aunts and uncles even when they are not related at all. A young child (as early as age three) will understand the book's content, and an early reader will be able to read the book by himself because the text is simple, the print is large and the words are easy to sound out. Each page has large photographs of children with various aunts and uncles to assist in better understanding the text. 2004, Gareth Stevens Publishing, Ages 3 to 7.