Sometimes Just One Is Just Right (Hardcover)
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A lighthearted story about an only child who learns to appreciate being "just one" In this winsome story, a likeable young narrator explores the perks and pitfalls of being an only child. Comparing his situation to that of his cousin, Nico, who has many siblings, the narrator realizes that having a household full of brothers and sisters is not always as fun as it seems. Even though he is the only child at home, he has many family members who love and care for him - and so does his friend Lily, who's an only child, too Sometimes, he realizes, being just one is just right.
About the Author
Gayle Byrne (Sometimes It's Grandmas and Grandpas, Not Mommies and Daddies) is the Children's Librarian at Killingworth Library in Connecticut. An award-winning educator, she previously taught English and Child Development. Byrne is an active member of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren and lives happily with her granddaughter, Jasmine. Mary Haverfield has illustrated more than ten picture books for children, including Harriet the Homeless Raccoon and Sometimes It's Grandmas and Grandpas, Not Mommies and Daddies. She lives in Dallas with her husband, Pat.