Daddy’s Girl

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Giveaway info at the end of post.


Released: April 4, 2017
Author: Helen Foster James
Illustrator: Estelle Corke
Publisher: Worthy Publishing
Price: $15.99
Page Count: 32
Ages: 4-7
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What is it about: It’s about a girl and her dad, and the things she likes to do with her dad.
Like: Some things I like about it are: the cursive script in some parts of the book, how it emphasizes the bond between the father and daughter, and the bright colors.
Dislike: I don’t think the front and back designed pages with the polka dots matches the rest of the book.
Recommend: I recommend this for kids ages 3-8.


What is it about: The book is about the girl having a tea party with her dad. The girl likes spending time with her dad.
Like: I like the dress and boa, and everything was sparkly.
Dislike: I dislike the bear. It was included in too many pictures.
Recommend: I recommend this to everyone.


This is a sweet story of a girl and her dad. The daughter takes great care to prepare for a special time with her dad. While there aren’t many feather boas, sparkly dresses with ribbons, or paper crowns with jewels around here anymore, I love watching the girls’ relationship with their dad grow each and every day. There are lots more moments and memories than the ones I have posted, and I’m sure that more of them are food-related, but it seems the girls like to explore their world together with their dad – from San Francisco to Monterey, from Australia to the pumpkin patch, and beyond! The book gives a great reminder that sometimes we can enjoy those around us in the simple, everyday moments.


One lucky reader will receive a copy of Daddy’s Girl. Giveaway ends Wednesday, April 19th. (Giveaway open to US residents ONLY. If you have been a winner of one of our giveaways in the last 30 days, you are not eligible for this giveaway.)

For your chance to win, leave a comment below sharing your favorite kind of hug or just say “Howdy”. For extra entries, tweet about the book, share on Facebook, or leave a comment on any post on our family blog Keeping Up with the Moys. Leave separate comments to each extra entry with link to entry if possible.


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