Me and My Sister (Hardcover)

By Rose Robbins

Eerdmans Books for Young Readers, 9780802855428, 32pp.

Publication Date: April 14, 2020

List Price: 16.99*
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Getting along with your sister is never easy--especially if your brains work in different ways Based on the author's childhood, Me and My Sister is a gentle exploration of growing up with an autistic sibling.

Life in a neurodiverse home isn't straightforward: these siblings communicate and behave in different ways. They're also unique people with different likes and dislikes. Misunderstandings are bound to happen But despite the occasional bickering and confusion, maybe this brother and sister can discover new ways to love and help one another.

Siblings of all backgrounds will connect to this playfully illustrated story about embracing difference.

About the Author

Rose Robbins has a master of arts in children's book illustration from the Cambridge School of Art. In 2017, she was a runner-up for Hachette UK's Carmelite Prize, which recognizes innovative work by new artists.Rose grew up with an autistic brother, an experience that informed and shaped Me and My Sister. She serves as an ambassador with Inclusive Minds, an organization that promotes quality representation in children's literature, and she has written and drawn extensively about mental health issues. Rose lives in Nottingham, UK. Visit her website at or follow her on Instagram @roserobbinsillustration.