Tad and Dad
Tad is a tadpole with legs. Dad is a giant frog. Dad can sing really loud: BUUURRPP. Dad can swim really good. Dad can jump. Dad and Tad do everything together. Dad tries to sleep at night, but it doesn’t work, because Tad is doing stuff in his sleep, like BURRPP. (Tad stays in his daddy’s bed.) One night, Dad says, “Why do you keep coming in my bed? Are you trying to drive me bananas?” (It should say “flies”). Tad is mad. He goes to his own bed. Then, AAARGG, Dad freaks out. So much for a good night’s sleep. Dad can’t sleep. How does Tad solve the problem? Read the book to find out. (I wish my dad would let me sleep with him a little bit longer). My favorite part of the book is when Dad is saying “BUUURRPP.” I know most people would say their favorite part is the end, because it’s happy. (Most people like happy endings). But I like the beginning best, because it’s funny. The pictures are colorful and cute. My favorite picture is where he goes, “BUUURRPP,” because it’s so funny. This is a good Father’s Day book. Dads should read this book. I can read this book myself.
|Author||Bavid Ezra Stein|
|Page Count||40 pages|
|Publisher||Nancy Paulsen Books|
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