Language Arts Correlations Look Inside Big Brother and Little Brother have trouble getting along. When playing with their robots, the game quickly turns into a fight as Little Brother does not want to share his toys. After thinking about his actions, Big Brother is allowed to watch TV with his younger brother until another fight breaks out and the two boys argue over the remote control. When Mom and Dad take Little Brother's side several times, Big Brother begins acting out at the dinner table and is sent to the thinking chair. While in the thinking chair, Big Brother realizes that he should be a better role model to his younger brother and that there is no need for rivalry. The two brothers realize that they really do like each other. Social and emotional learning concepts include sibling rivalry, sharing, and getting along with others. Book includes a note to caregivers and story coaching activities. A Readers Theater version is available online so that children can benefit from dramatic interpretation.