Daddy Did I Ever Say? I Love You, Love You, Every Day

Daddy Did I Ever Say? I Love You, Love You, Every Day

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Daddy Did I Ever Say? I Love You, Love You, Every Day by Daryl K. Cobb, Traci Van Wagoner

Kirkus Reviews calls Daddy Did I Ever Say? Love You, Every Day [a] charming tale. A cute, curly-haired, kindergarten-aged girl opens the story by asking her father if she's ever told him how much she loves him. She loves him, she explains, because of how he plays, tickles, squeezes, chases, even roughhouses with her. She loves him because whenever she's afraid at night, she knows she can always find him, and he'll make her feel better. ... [T]he sentiment is sweet and Van Wagoner's illustrations are eye catching, though it's the little girl's expression that shines through on every page. The verse Cobb has penned is appealing and... [t]he idea behind the story of the little girl and her doting father is charming [.]
--Kirkus Reviews

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615746081
Publisher: 10 To 2 Children''s Books
Publication date: 12/22/2012
Pages: 38
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.10(d)

About the Author

Daryl Cobb lives in New Jersey with his wife and two children. Daryl's writing began in college as a Theatre Arts major at Virginia Commonwealth University. He found a freshman writing class inspiring and, combined with his love for music and the guitar, he discovered a passion for songwriting. This talent would motivate him for years to come and the rhythm he created with his music also found its way into the bedtime stories he later created for his children. The story "Boy on the Hill," about a boy who turns the clouds into animals, was his first bedtime story/song and was inspired by his son and an infatuation with the shapes of clouds. Through the years his son and daughter have inspired so much of his work, including "Daniel Dinosaur" and "Daddy Did I Ever Say? I Love You, Love You, Every Day." Daryl spends a lot of his time these days visiting schools promoting literacy with his interactive educational assemblies "Teaching Through Creative Arts." These performance programs teach children about the writing and creative process and allow Daryl to do what he feels is most important -- inspire children to read and write. He also performs at benefits and libraries with his "Music & Storytime" shows. He is a member of the SCBWI.

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