"Well, he’s a little downright annoying"
There’s nothing quite so bad as a little brother who lives to make your life hard. Whether he likes to pull your hair or wrestle with you, or he likes to put bugs in your bed, or if he’s always taking away attention from you with his antics, it’s just something that you have to put up with until you go to college and get out of the house.
One enterprising young lady talked about the struggle of having to take care of the little demon brother, but above all, she believes you have to have patience with them. Her book about little brothers has become a best-seller.
Big Sister Blues
Nia Mya Reese is just eight years old, but she already knows a thing or two about life with a younger brother. She’s got one herself, and she sometimes has to tell him “no,” give him advice, and make sure the ball doesn’t go everywhere when he throws it.
Putting Pen to Paper
She’s so experienced, in fact, that she started writing a list of things big sisters can do to help raise their brothers— which soon enough turned into a full-fledged manual. She says that it took her a few days to write the book.
Nia Mya got the idea to write about her little bro from an assignment she was given in her first grade class.
Hot on the Shelves
Nia Mya wrote How to Deal with and Care for Your Annoying Little Brother all by herself, and it became a best-seller. Children and adults alike love her precocious and hilarious take on caring for such vexing creatures.