Daddy’s Fishing Buddy
It’s time for James to wake up and go fishing with his Daddy. James is so excited as he helps his Dad pack all the gear for their special day together. When James gets to the tackle box he finds slimy stinky worms inside and decides to be helpful and dump them out. Will James’ helpfulness ruin the trip or will he learn the patience and love of his father after his mistake?
The writing in this book is very well done. I love the whimsical heartfelt story of a son and father going fishing. I also appreciated the author’s solution to the problem of the bait being allowed to crawl away to freedom.
The illustrations in this book were well done for the most part. The background was great, and the son’s facial expressions were well done. I noticed the father never changes his expressions. He had the same smiling face on every single- page. This was a turn off for me because it doesn’t show me quality artwork making the character relatable. For me if the father’s expression were changed this would be a four-star book.
My three-year-old wanted to read this book over and over. She liked the story and colorful illustrations.
|Author||Melondy Roberson and James Ural, with illustrations by Ambadi Kumar|
|Page Count||30 pages|
|Publisher||James Ural, LLC.|
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