I Love My Daddy

I Love My Daddy This is an amusing touching and heart warming look at the special relationship between father and child from the bestselling Giles Andreae perfectly brought to life by Emma Dodd s charming and vibra

  • Title: I Love My Daddy
  • Author: Giles Andreae Emma Dodd
  • ISBN: 9781408313008
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is an amusing, touching and heart warming look at the special relationship between father and child from the bestselling Giles Andreae, perfectly brought to life by Emma Dodd s charming and vibrant artwork.

    One thought on “I Love My Daddy”

    1. A bit of a disappointment after this was recommended on A Mighty Girl. Not different or exciting and the idea of what a daddy means would not be relateable for every child.

    2. I really enjoyed reading this book. This book is written from the point of view of a small child who talks about all the many reasons why he loves his daddy. This book is very engaging with the large print and colorful illustrations. Also, the text uses repetition and rhyming which is great for the younger audience. I found this book stand out because there are not a lot of books out there that talk about fathers, especially for younger students.As a teacher, this book would be great to use for [...]

    3. I have no doubt children will enjoy this typical picture book about the relationship between the toddler and the dad. I liked that from the illustrations and the words, the child could be either a boy or a girl. It includes all the typical daily activities between the two characters. It was not exceptional nor unique but it was still something I would not hesitate to buy for a grandchild or my own child. They would love it.

    4. My four-year-old son picked this book out from the library this week. This book is good. It is cute. It is sweet. It's just not great. Or funny. Or interesting. The text is good. It is cute. It is sweet. It's just not great. Or funny. Or interesting. The artwork is good. It is cute. It is sweet. It's just not great. Or funny. Or interesting. In fact, the book reads a whole lot like this review.

    5. I really liked this book. The story rhymed, which I loved, and the illustrations were great fun, too. The child is rather androgynous, so I think this story would make a great one for either a little boy or a little girl. The book makes for a fantastic celebration of dads, especially silly dads! :-)

    6. Sweet and simple. I love Emma Dodds large scale illustrations for young readers. The picture of fatherhood is a little on the traditional side, but should be acceptable to most families. There is no mother at all, so it would work for single and same-sex families. The rhyme scheme is a little sing-song, but is vert toddler friendly.

    7. Toddlers and Pre-K. Emma Dodd's charming illustrations compliment this perfectly simple book about and awesome dad. Reminds me of my husband and son and gave me warm fuzzies. A perfect gift book or story to celebrate father's day.

    8. 3.5A run of the mill book that was in fact cute. I liked this as well as any daddy-child book I've read so far. Artwork is well executed, simple with some fun flourishes. If you are looking for something to give to a daddy-to-be, and he is silly, this isn't a bad option.

    9. Age: InfantBig, bold pictures set atop blank space provide a visually appealing book for the younger audience. The rhymes are simple and the pictures match. The detailed action in the pictures can be observed closer and talked about between the reader and the listener providing an engaging read.

    10. This book is very sweet. Simple and lovely little rhymes with cute illustrations. Brought a smile to our faces.

    11. Would've liked something that taught a little more character and was detailed enough to show a close bond. Pictures were nice though.

    12. An adorable story about Daddy's that has very generic Daddy traits that any kid with a Dad can relate to. Big colorful illustrations and few words make this a fun read for all ages.

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