What's He Doing Now?Book - 1996
Lewis shares the waiting time as his mother gets ready to have another baby, and learns what it means to be a big brother when the child is born
Firefly Books Ltd
A young boy named Lewis finds out that his mother is going to have a baby and he is full of questions. An ideal book for parents and children to share and a good starting point to answers worries and fears children may have.
When a young boy named Lewis finds out that his mother is going to have a baby, he is full of questions: What is the baby doing now? How does his mom feel with a baby growing inside her? When he touches her tummy, it feels like she swallowed a bunch of butterflies! When the baby has hiccups, it sounds like popcorn! Month by month, he becomes more and more curious about what the baby is doing inside his mother's tummy.
Lewis thinks that having a new baby around could be kind of neat... but a bit worrisome at the same time. He begins to wonder if the baby will like him, and becomes a little afraid that he is not special to his parents anymore. However, he soon discovers he has an important place in his family -- and being a big brother is actually kind of fun! An ideal book for parents and children to share.
This charming tale captures the wide range of emotions experienced by one young boy after being told by his mother that she is pregnant and that he will soon become a big brother to either a little brother or sister.