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Whatever Happened to My Sister? by Simona Ciraolo, a read-aloud video

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“I’ve had my suspicions for a while. But now I know the truth. Someone has replaced my sister with a girl that looks a lot like her…”

Why does this big sister suddenly want privacy? Why is she so serious? Why does she just sit with her friends instead of playing? Why are things changing? Is it still really her or did someone replace her?

Read along to find out with the little sister and Simona Ciraolo‘s wonderful 2015 picture book Whatever Happened to My Sister? This read aloud video from The Storytime Family YouTube channel shares their story.

remembering times with her sister
alone time in her room
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• Threads, an animated short by Torill Kove
• Partir (leaving)
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• The Day You Begin read by author Jacqueline Woodson

Bonus: A time-lapse portrait of Lotte, 0 to 20 years in 5 minutes.

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