Dad School

Dad School Where did Dad learn how to be the best father ever At Dad School of course In this adorable kid s eye view of what would happen if Dad went to school a little boy imagines a place where all dads lea

  • Title: Dad School
  • Author: Rebecca Van Slyke Priscilla Burris
  • ISBN: 9780385388955
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Where did Dad learn how to be the best father ever At Dad School, of course In this adorable kid s eye view of what would happen if Dad went to school, a little boy imagines a place where all dads learn their amazing skills, like giving piggyback rides and making giant sandwiches for lunch With warm, silly illustrations and a fun role reversal story in which dads actWhere did Dad learn how to be the best father ever At Dad School, of course In this adorable kid s eye view of what would happen if Dad went to school, a little boy imagines a place where all dads learn their amazing skills, like giving piggyback rides and making giant sandwiches for lunch With warm, silly illustrations and a fun role reversal story in which dads act like kids, young readers will love imagining what would happen if their own dads went to Dad School And don t forget Mom Look for the companion book, Mom School

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    1. Do you think your dad is the best? How do you suppose he got to be such a good dad? Independently read or read in a group where kids can cheer for their dads or whoever takes care of them, this is a fun and hilarious addition to a first grader’s reading list.

    2. Brightly illustrated story told from a child's perspective of what a must be taught at Dad School. Very cute story that presents a traditional view of a Dad.

    3. Originally published on my blog, Nine Pages.There’re a lot of similarities between this and When Dads Don’t Grow Up in that they both poke fun lovingly at Dad (and I capitalize it here because in both stories it is the stereotyped idea of Dad rather than a character particularly). In this one, the child (presumably the white, brunet son from the cover and common in the first few illustrations, though his classmates and his dad’s classmates are of various races) hypothesizes that his dad mu [...]

    4. I like the illustrations in this picture book that were rendered with hand-drawn pencil line work that was then painted with digital brushes. A little boy is sure that his father is the best dad in the world, something he could only have learned how to do well by going to a school for dads. He imagines how he learned to make great sandwiches, fix leaky faucets, and even multitask. Still, he acknowledges that there are holes in his academic training. The images are simply hilarious, but the endin [...]

    5. Van Slyke, Rebecca. Dad School, illustrated by Priscilla Burris. PICTURE BOOK. Doubleday Books for Young Readers (Random House), 2016. $16.99.A little boy goes to school to learn his alphabet and numbers. His dad went to school too…dad school. That’s where his dad learned how to be such an amazing dad. At dad school, they covered the basics: how to fix boo-boos, plumbing, sandwich making, bike riding, big muscles, and “how to throw their kids up in the air and catch them.” Dad school, ho [...]

    6. A lovely story to share with your dad on Father's Day or any day of the year! The boy imagines what his dad must have learned at Dad School how to give piggy-back rides, make a double decker sandwich, and fix leaky pipes. As a matter of fact, his dad is so good at all these things he thinks his dad must have been the best student at Dad School!

    7. ADORABLE! This is a sweet storya boy starts school and he thinks about how his dad also went to school school, where he must have learned to make sundaes, tell stories and give piggy back rides. I think this will be a must add to my library collection at school.

    8. *I received a review copy of this book from the publisher through my district library services*This is a sweet book narrated by a young boy who expounds on all the things he thinks his dad learned at dad school.

    9. Read this with my 5 year old daughter. Intended audience seems to be young boys and fairly traditional fathers. This book didn't have quite as much meaning for a little girl who has a father who isn't overly handy. lolIt was still a cute book though, we just weren't the target audience.

    10. Read this with my 5 year old daughter. Intended audience seems to be young boys and fairly traditional fathers. This book didn't have quite as much meaning for a little girl who has a father who isn't overly handy. lolIt was still a cute book though, we just weren't the target audience.

    11. I was so happy to see Dad School at our library. It is a great compliment to her other book-Mom School. Dad must have skipped school one day because he didn't learn how to clean bathrooms, match clothing, and brush hair. The illustrations are hilarious.

    12. although it's not a holiday book per se, i'm marking it so i remember it for father's day story time

    13. That was an adorable book about being the best dad. I loved the art and the color usage. I also loved the humor of the story from the point of view of the child. What a great story.

    14. What a cute book! The little boy thinks dads go to school to become dads, like to learn how to give piggyback rides and multitask. Simply adorable!

    15. Cute!! Without saying too much here's an unassuming book for dads with a special nod to single dads and all the great things they do!

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