My Hero, My Dad (Holiday #3) (Paperback)
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Posted on Cultural books, WP etc.. One of the author's most exciting accomplishments is her new Children Book Series. Each child is welcome to meet adorable animal characters as they read a holiday story told in rhyme. Most pages are fully illustrated with adorable clip- art. A bonus chapter is added in each book allowing the child extra interaction through coloring. Right Away, Orimae Book 1 -St. Patrick's Day- of the holiday series is called: Right Away, Orimae which depicts farm animals who are searching for luck on St. Patrick's Day in order to help Orimae, the milk cow who ran out of milk. Book 2: Easter- of the holiday series: The Bunny Tale is an adorable Easter story about the Easter Bunny and his secret helper. See what happens when the he is forced to stray off the bunny trail and ends up finding a wolf who is hungry and hunting for dinner. Book 3 - My Mommy encourages mother and child to spend a little cuddle time together on Mother's Day while Mom reads this card-book and child colors a Mother's Day picture for her. Mommy gives warm hugs and she helps me to sleep. She makes me feel good when I have a bad dream. My Hero, My Dad Book 4: Father's Day - Celebrate Dad in a humorous poetic format. My Hero, My Dad - Able to leap tall buildings? No. Able to trip over toys in a single bound? Yes. Able to make me smile and make me proud? Absolutely. A perfect read for the child and Dad to both enjoy year round. This is also a delightful book to give to DAD on Father's Day so that he may enjoy a laugh as he reads with his child for the first time. Keep your eyes out for the next Holiday Book in the series. Your child will be thrilled to collect the complete set. Don't forget to leave a review.
About the Author
Renee Robinson: An award winning top selling author. Renee Robinson studied writing and communications. She writes fiction, thriller, memoirs, and poetry. She has also created a series of children books. 6 years ago, she received the horrifying diagnosis of colon cancer. Instead of laying around feeling sorry for herself, Renee used this opportunity to write and to be published. She began with publishing a series of poetry books while working on a her biography about family, life and cancer.