u003cbu003e“While books on sibling rivalry abound, [u003ciu003eDear Sisteru003c/iu003e] brings freshness to the topic with McGhee's gentle humor and poignant scenarios…Dear indeed.” —u003ciu003eKirkus Reviewsu003c/iu003eu003cbru003e “A meaningful look at…siblinghood and all its foibles.” —u003ciu003ePublishers Weeklyu003c/iu003eu003c/bu003eu003cbru003e u003cbru003eu003cbu003eWhat do you do when you have an incredibly annoying little sister? Write her letters telling her so, of course! From u003ciu003eNew York Times u003c/iu003ebestselling author Alison McGhee comes a wickedly funny, illustrated, heartwarming, and searingly honest collection of letters from an older brother to his little sister.u003c/bu003eu003cbru003eu003cbru003eWhininess, annoyingness, afraid of the darkness, refusal to eat lima beans, and pulling brother’s hair. These are the criteria on which little sisters are graded. Inspired by the notes Alison McGhee’s own kids would write each other, this heavily illustrated collection of letters and messages from an older brother to his little sister reveal the special love—or, at the very least, tolerance—siblings have for each other.