How do you like to hear ?I love you?? This eBook with audio shows all the ways dads can say it best.
Dads know how to do everything. They can help with homework and carry you on their shoulders. They can make pancakes and teach you how to sing songs. These loving actions are just some of the ways dads show how much they care?and no matter how he says it, ?I love you? is ...
How do you like to hear “I love you”? This eBook with audio shows all the ways dads can say it best.
Dads know how to do everything. They can help with homework and carry you on their shoulders. They can make pancakes and teach you how to sing songs. These loving actions are just some of the ways dads show how much they care—and no matter how he says it, “I love you” is wonderful to hear!
From bestselling author Douglas Wood and illustrator Jennifer Bell, this sunny, cuddly testament to the bond between father and child includes audio.
Dads are not ordinary, so dads in every imaginable form—bear, alligator, frog, duck; even elephant, pig, or giraffe—express their love in non-ordinary ways. They may produce breakfast pancakes from scratch, or help their child learn to keep their balance on a two-wheel bike. They might read your favorite story over and over and over again, or answer all your "why" questions. The bottom line, shown by all these animal dads, is the implication that human dads might be equally as inarticulate in their expressions of love. (Isn't it always Mom who sends kids off with, "Be good, honey, I love, you!") What the heck, who needs sloppy words? Just keep bringing on more pancakes, please! Jennifer Bell illustrates greeting cards as well as children's books, so her digitally finished pencil sketches are full of the very schmaltzy warmth that guys may not have, but warm the cockles of little ones' hearts. The end result will make for excellent bedtime reading. Reviewer: Kathleen Karr
Douglas Wood is the author of When a Dad Says “I Love You,” When a Grandpa Says “I Love You,”The Secret of Saying Thanks, and A Quiet Place as well as the New York Times bestselling Can’t Do series. His books Old Turtle and Old Turtle and the Broken Truth were both international bestsellers. Additional titles include No One But You, illustrated by P.J. Lynch; Franklin and Winston: A Christmas That Changed The World, illustrated by Barry Moser; and Where the Sunrise Begins, illustrated by K.Wendy Popp. Douglas lives in a cabin in the woods of Minnesota. A studied naturalist, he shares his knowledge of nature as a wilderness guide.
Jennifer A. Bell is an illustrator whose work can be found on greeting cards, in magazines, and in over a dozen children's books. She lives with her husband, son, and cranky cat in Minneapolis, Minnesota.