my dad is a tree
A dad and daughter take pretending to an adorable extreme in this funny book that's perfect for Father's Day.
It’s easy to be a tree. Just pretend your arms are branches, your body is a trunk, and your legs are roots. Don’t move, even if a bird makes a nest on your head, a squirrel hides an acorn in your pocket, and a spider builds a web under your arm. It’s OK: Trees don’t mind those things. Or so says the little girl who persuades her father to be a tree all day long, no matter what, even in the rain!
This silly and sweet picture book will inspire all kinds of imaginative play and is a tribute to parents who will do just about anything for their kids.
Penguin Young Readers | Dial Books
9"W x 11.38"H x 0.33"D | Hardcover | 40 Pages
Age 4-8 years | Preschool - 3