Chester Raccoon is worried that his mother does not have enough love for both him and his new baby brother, in the sequel to The Kissing Hand.
In this sequel to THE KISSING HAND, Chester the raccoon deals with a bad case of sibling rivalry. Already annoyed by the presence of his younger brother, Ronny, Chester is hurt when he sees his mother introducing Ronny to the concept of the kissing hand. Chester can't believe his mother would tell Ronny about something that he thought was just between the two of them, but then his mother explains to Chester that she has enough kisses, and enough love, to share with both of her children. Color illustrations accompany the text.
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Subgenre: Animals / Mammals, General, Family / Siblings, Love + Romance