Todd Parr's book, The Daddy Book, tells young children their daddy might be different from the father next door or the father across country, but they all love their child(ren). It creates a warm bond between the child(ren) and daddy.
The illustrations consist of the bright, primary colors for which Todd Parr is known. The figures with Parr's text are lively, loving representations of human fathers.
“Some daddies wear suits, some daddies wear two different socks.” “Some daddies work at home, some daddies work far away” Yet, “all daddies like to watch you sleep.”
Parr shows the different, but equal ways daddies interact with their kids. “Some daddies make cookies, some daddies stop for doughnuts.”
Yet, the father with no hair loves his child just as well as the one with a head full of hair. All daddies no matter their skin color wants the best for his child.
This Father's Day, Mommy leave Daddy and child(ren) alone to enjoy this delightful book. Nothing develops a child self-esteem as the knowledge that he and/or she is loved.
Mommy while Daddy and child(ren) are reading the Hardcover book. Curl up and read Todd Parr's The Mommy Book. It is guaranted to give you a warm feeling.
Here are more books perfect for Father's Day. No new Father's Day books, sit down and create a story for all to enjoy. Share a childhood memory. Remember being together as a family is what creates loving memories.
Additional Father's Day Books
Print this Father's day tie. Allow your child to color the tie and present it to their father. A fun Father's Day activity.
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