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Children's LiteratureAs she rises from bed, Biscuit's human companion tells Biscuit that they are "going to spend an extra-special day with Dad" since it is Father's Day. She makes a card, and helps Dad make sandwiches. When you lift the flap, you will see Biscuit pulling his doggie treats from the cupboard. The text says they are all going on a walk, but the illustrations clearly show her mother staying home. They watch for birds. Lift the flap and she is holding the binoculars for Biscuit. They make a fire, although it is clearly daytime and they have brought peanut and jelly sandwiches. The little girl comments to Biscuit that there is always room on Dad's lap for both of them. That's it. A very simple storyline with simple illustrations. Each page has a flap to lift to see what that curious little puppy, Biscuit, is doing next. A marginal book on father and daughter relationships. 2004, HarperFestival/HarperCollins, Ages 2 to 4.