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"Hey, Little Boys can Glam-Up Too!" Newly Released Children's Book Written by Patrice Colamesta and Illustrated by Leo Silva: Sibling Rivalry at its Best
Date:3/20/2013

Turnersville, NJ (PRWEB) March 20, 2013

In the newly released book, little Brayden, third child, a total surprise to his family, experiences sibling rivalry from the start.

The in-vitro twins, Madison and Daniel, the first grand children born, were very much loved and spoiled. They loved Brayden till he received more attention than they did, then the sibling rivalry started. They pushed him away and would not let him play, taking his toys away and making him cry.

One day Madison, who he calls Ba Ba, decided she wanted a little sister. She dressed Brayden in one of her dresses. Then the fun began.

Madison glammed him up all day long. Then he decided it was time to dress himself, in his cool dude clothes and shoes. What could this mean?

For more information use these links: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1612251706/ref=...

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