You Stink! I Love You: From Brothers and Sisters, of Course

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Siblings live in their own special place, a place of joy and bickering, devotion and rivalry, a place whose only currency is Truth. No euphemisms, no equivocations, no beating around the bush. Celebrating this unique relationship is You Stink! I Love You, a warm and wise book for brothers and sisters of all ages, and their often bewildered parents.

Stuart Hample, who's proven his gift for getting kids to open up in Children's Letters to God and other books, eavesdrops on ...

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Siblings live in their own special place, a place of joy and bickering, devotion and rivalry, a place whose only currency is Truth. No euphemisms, no equivocations, no beating around the bush. Celebrating this unique relationship is You Stink! I Love You, a warm and wise book for brothers and sisters of all ages, and their often bewildered parents.

Stuart Hample, who's proven his gift for getting kids to open up in Children's Letters to God and other books, eavesdrops on siblings to discover the universal condition of being a brother or a sister. A compilation of short letters from kids ages 7-13, illustrated throughout with the author's irrepressible drawings, You Stink! I Love You presents brothers and sisters telling it just the way it is.

Here are honest appraisals: My sister Jenny thinks she's God. Boy is she wrong!-Alison.

Hard-won caveats: Sometimes if I'm alone I kneel down and say: 'God, I would love to have a sister I could share lots of things and lots of secrets with.' Unfortunately, I have a brother.-Ellie.

Proud tributes: I have a sister named Gisell. I guess she's okay but I'm not sure because she can't talk yet.-Luis.

Pithy observations: Jonathan A. is a psycho.-Moira A.

And the pure paradox that makes the sibling relationship different from any other: My sister does everything with me, so sometimes I get sick of her and we fight a lot. But since we do everything together, it wouldn't be the same without her.-Millie.

What sibling doesn't know exactly what she means?

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Publishers Weekly
From the Mouths of Babes "My brother is three years old. His name is Oscar. He was born in Saint Mary Hospital. But believe me he is no saint. Johanna." As he did in Children's Letters to God, Stuart Hample compiles a funny, sometimes poignant collection of handwritten, unedited observances and illustrates them as if with a child's pencil strokes in You Stink! I Love You: From Brothers and Sisters, Of Course. (Apr.) Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
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This clever little book is a compilation of writings about siblings, by siblings. Divided into categories such as Annoyances, petty and otherwise, Observations, Doubts and Random information and Tributes and Accolades, these humorous out-of-the-mouths- of-babes observations are right on. Delightfully illustrated with brief, colored-pencil drawings, the short declarations using the actual penmanship and misspellings of the authors are sure to hit home. It is a perfect gift for those siblings who seem to be having difficulty, as it illustrates that feelings of love/hate are the norm. Nice for a family read aloud. 2002, Workman Publishing,
— Meredith Kiger
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761126379
  • Publisher: Workman Publishing Company, Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/8/2002
  • Pages: 96
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 5.78 (h) x 0.48 (d)

Meet the Author


Stuart Hample is the co-editor of Children's Letters to God and other books. He lives in New York City.
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