A girl shows her dad a fab day by escorting him to her favorite restaurant, the duck pond and, of course, the swings. Kids will love seeing the pair enjoy themselves—and feel inspired to create some Dad's Day surprises of their own.
Written in rhyming stanzas, and accompanied by simple watercolors, a father explains all the wonderful things he could do for his daughter, if only: "If I were a scientist, we would dig up ancient bones/And find the biggest dinosaur the world has ever known." Sweet and fun.
It's rare to find a joyful story of a child enjoying both her stepparent and parent, but the little girl in this story does—and realizes both are equally special to her. A stellar book for kids with stepparents.
A cute story about a father and son doing favorite things together throughout each season of the year: swimming, camping, walking in the snow. Bonus: there's a special greeting card inside for kids to let dads know just how much they love spending time with them.
This photo-filled board book explores the everyday joys dads and their kids experience. Children will like the simple rhymes, "Daddy's hands are big and strong, I hold them tight and walk along" and Dads will get an ego boost.
"I don't know what my daddy would do without me!" says Little Blue Hippo. That's because Daddy's always asking his advice: Is this how you get dressed, is this how you eat your carrots, is this how you get in the car? The story's filled with love, humor, playful lessons—and who can resist talking hippos?
Spot, that lovable friendly pup, is spending a day with his dad—they play soccer, fly a kite, buy ice-cream at the beach, read a bedtime story at night. Fans of the Spot series will appreciate the usual colorful illustrations and simple text.
When a brother and sister wish their pop a "wild" Father's Day, he suggests they pretend to be wild animals all day long. What a cool dad! They jump like kangaroos, run like cheetahs, swim like dolphins, and finally all fall into bed. How much fun is that?
Mom's away, and Dad's taking care of their three kids. Getting them up, bathed, fed, and ready for school isn't easy (even though it turns out it's Saturday). No matter how boisterous the boys get, this father never loses his cool. Hmmm....maybe this one's worth reading to your husband, too!