New YouTube Video: Hooray for Dads
There’s a new video up on YouTube! This week’s episode is an updated video version of last year’s book round-up of our favourite picture books about dads – perfect for upcoming Father’s Day!
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Rochelle @ www.rhubarbandwren.co.uk
Getting dads a book for Father’s Day is such a good idea. I hadn’t heard of any of these so will have to check them out. My own favourite ‘Dad’ picture books are Anthony Browne’s ‘Gorilla’ (a classic!) and James Sage/Russell Ayto’s ‘Mr Beast’, which is absolutely hilarious – that one is definitely the kids’ favourite!
These stories sound great and we haven’t read any of them, so we’ll definitely be giving them a try. My husband loves reading with our girls, so we’re always on the lookout for recommendations.
Ger (It's Me & Ethan)
Love that accent , it takes me a few minutes to actually tune into you !
Some great book ideas ,something I’ll have to look into next year as I am so done with buying for Fathers Day right now but these could really be great for a birthday too eh ?! Or even a just because kinda gift !
Haha I am loving these books about dads and perfect timing for father’s day too x
Jayne @ Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs
What a lovely selection of books. I think ‘My Daddy Snores’ would be very apt to get my husband as a gift from our boys. :)
These are great daddy books and I like the idea of giving them to a dad for Father’s Day! I am off to subscribe to your channel and like your video:)
Ah, what a lovely selection of daddy appreciation books! Daddy snores? Don’t they all? And this mummy certainly things it is like a freight train! haha
I have never seen these books before, but I have now.. They are all great books.
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Kaz | Ickle Pickles Life and Travels
What a lovely range of books. Pickle doesn’t really see his father but these are great gift ideas. Kaz
What a lovely idea! My son loves reading so he would love these books! Thanks for the ideas
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