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Accepting a new sibling can be tough, but with bonding and understanding, she can become your new best friend! Witness the acceptance of a new sibling through the eyes of her new best friend--her big sister! In Like Me, but Different, Tiefa Yarbrough describes the connection two-year-old Morgan Joy has with her brand-new little sister, Payton. The girls discover that though there are many qualities that tie siblings to one another, there are also distinct differences that make them unique. Weaving poetic threads through each page, Tiefa finds a way to transform a potentially scary experience into one full of awareness and anticipation. The Adventures of MJ and Payton kick off with a touching look at the beginning of an unbreakable bond that complements the joys of sisterhood and connects parents and siblings, everywhere, who can relate to this emotion.