Monday, April 10, 2017
Daddy’s Girl By Helen Foster James Review @WorthPub #DaddysGirlTour #WorthyKidsIdeals
A lively, sweet picture book about a very special tea party and the bond between a girl and her father
What's more fabulous than a tea party? Tea with Daddy, of course!
This exuberant story begins before the honored guest arrives, with much ado -- preparing, decorating, and accessorizing. And when Daddy makes his entrance, it's clear that the little hostess couldn't be more thrilled. Perfect for daddy-daughter reading time, this new picture book and its warm conclusion are sure to serve up smiles and tug at heartstrings.
Helen Foster James is an award-winning author who has written fiction, nonfiction, historical fiction, board books, and hundreds of reviews and articles for educational publications. She is a former teacher, professor of children’s literature, and coordinator of library media services. She is always working on new writing projects. When she is not reading, writing, and rhyming words, she enjoys traveling or spending time in the mountains or by the ocean.
I received a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review- The author brings a cute message to children as well as dads everywhere, by sharing that it is ok to have pretty party time with them. It is an age where dads can have that moment of pretend or be the number one person without being criticized or weakened. It is a nice read for any younger aged person with a father or father figure in their life.
Posted by Cassandra McCann