2011 Father's Day
When the kids give Dad a card that says, â??Have a wild Fatherâ??s Day,â? Dad knows just what to do. He says, â??Letâ??s act like animals all day long!â? They all hop on the bed like kangaroos, run like cheetahs at the park, and swing like monkeys at the playground. Their fun takes them through the day, until a cozy bedtime book tames down two tired kids (and their dad!).
In this collection of poetry by new and established African-American writers, fatherhood is celebrated with honor, humor and grace. Contributors include Carole Boston Weatherford, Michael Burgess, E. Ethelbert Miller, Lenard D. Moore, David Anderson, Angela Johnson, Sonia Sanchez and Davida Adedjouma. Full color.
It is Father's Day! This day is just for dads. Let him know you think he is special with these crafts. Follow easy directions to make your dad a King-for-a-Day Crown or a special picture frame. In Father's Day Crafts, author Fay Robinson presents ten simple crafts you can make for Dad. Book jacket.
The third Sunday in June is a time to celebrate fathers and all those who are like fathers. This book discusses the origins of Father's Day and explains how songs, poems, and food can prove useful in showing our appreciation for fathers, stepfathers
Harvey doesn't know what to get his father for Father's Day. It's especially hard when his older sisters and brother seem so sure that their presents are his favorites. Then Harvey remembers all of the nice things his dad helped him with that week.
Ramona Quimby is a character intimately known by Beverly Cleary readers. In this story of Ramona's year in second grade they will come to know Mr. Quimby equally well. As it opens he loses his job without warning, and Ramona's seven-year-old view of this all-too-frequently family crisis rings every change of mood from tears to laughter. Not surprisingly, Ramona takes an active hand in the problems that develop. She practices television commercial...
A day spent with a young child at the beach is filled with many minor dramas-a lost shoe, a ball that floats too far out into the water, a drippy ice-cream cone. These can be frustrating events for both child and parent, but the daddy in this book finds a way to fix each problem, lovingly and patiently. Why? Because he loves his little girl, of course! This spot-on pairing of words and images is a warm, reassuring, and humorous tribute to dads ev...
A Step into Reading Book. Nemo loves his father Marlin, and Marlin loves his little Nemo. In this Step 1 story based on Disney/Pixar’s new feature film Finding Nemo, young readers will love watching Marlin gain courage as he searches the ocean for his son–and seeing Nemo learn that he’s capable of great things, just like his dad! From the Trade Paperback edition.
If your dad is willing to save you from pirates, gorilla pirates, robot gorilla pirates and even robot gorilla pirates from Mars, you know he?ll do anything for you. And if that makes your dad hungry and thirsty or if he gets cuts and bruises, you know just how to take care of him right back. An adventurous tale of the heroic lengths fathers and sons will go for each other that will elicit gasps, giggles and warm contented sighs.
During the day, the boy has been to the zoo where he has seen a lion and her cub. As nighttime falls, the boy and his father share a book. It's the boy's bedtime, but the boy is not sleepy. He is still with the lions.Sleepy Boyis a lovely hymn from a new author -- a hymn to day and to night, to awake and to asleep, to mother and child, to father and son.
The acclaimed author of "Dinosaur vs. Bedtime" delivers a sweetly funny story about daddies and their kids and how much they depend on each other. Perfect for Father's Day. Full color.
A special day with Daddy can be a whole lot of fun. Just don’t tell Mommy. . . When Mommy leaves town, a young son has a day out with Daddy. Whether they’re starting the day with a good breakfast, of every donut and pastry available, or finishing it with a late, late show on T.V. (with Daddy watching with eyes closed), everything is extra fun. Daddy sure likes to do things his own way! Each event in a boy’s day is filled with do...
Father?s Day is tomorrow, and Langley Snail is ready. This year, he finally gets an allowance, so there?ll be no more disastrous homemade presents for hisdad. All of Langley?s friends are off to the store to buy their dads the latest gadgets, but by the time he catches up, it?s closed (he is a snail, after all). Now what will he do?Luckily, the long trip home opens Langley?s eyes to what just might be the best Father?s Day present ever?something ...