Eudora is a little rhino with a big problem: She wants a baby brother! Or even a baby sister! She tries unsuccessfully to talk her parents into giving her one. Finally, with the help of her parents, Eudora learns that she is "only, but not lonely."
The charming illustrations and Eudora's many moods make this book a delightful way to help only children understand the joys and the pressures that come with only-child status, and give parents a way to answer a tricky (and inevitable) question.
Jane Annunziata has a PsyD in clinical psychology from Rutgers University. She has co-authored three books for children and families. Her play therapy demonstration videotape, Play Therapy With a 6-Year-Old , is part of the APA Psychotherapy Videotape Series II. She maintains a private practice specializing in work with children and families in McLean, Virginia.
Marc A. Nemiroff has a PhD in clinical psychology from the Catholic University of America. He is Core Faculty on the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Program at the Washington School of Psychiatry, and the Clinical Faculty at the George Washington University Doctor of Psychology program. Dr. Nemiroff maintains a private practice in Potomac, Maryland.
Read an article from USA Today featuring Jane Annunziata and Marc Nemiroff.
Margaret Scott is a prizewinning illustrator of children's books. She also does pen-and-ink drawings on a regular basis for a number of newspapers, from the Washington Post on the East Coast to the San Francisco Chronicle on the West.