A lively, sweet picture book about a very special tea party—and the bond between a girl and her father
|Product dimensions:||9.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 7 Years|
About the Author
Helen Foster James is the author of a dozen books for children, including Santa's Christmas Train and S is for S'mores: A Camping Alphabet. When she's not writing and rhyming words, she enjoys riding trains with her husband,
traveling, reading, and hiking with her friends in the mountains where she is a naturalist interpreter.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It's tea time! What a perfect time for a little girl to prepare a party with her stuffed animals, and her guest of honor...her daddy! Daddy's Girl is a delightful story about a young girl who is all excited about her upcoming tea party. Before her special guest arrives, she has to prepare the table. She grabs "Little Bear," her stuffed teddy, and together they set the table, arrange the flowers, and get some yummy treats ready. Then it's time to dress up in ribbons and bows, add some glitter and bling and then wait for that special guest. When daddy knocks on the door, the party can start! Daddy and his little girl are soon joined by several other guests including frog, turtle, monkey and cat. The little girl dresses her stuffies in their best bows and ribbons, and they all enjoy some treats. With plenty of hugs and kisses from Daddy, there's no doubt that this is the best tea party ever! Told in perfect flowing rhyme, author Helen Foster James has written a winner of a story about a little girl and the close bond she shares with her daddy. The story is very upbeat and happy, with smiles all around. The artwork, with a strong pink influence, is delightful and adds a tremendous amount to the story. If you're looking for a great gift for the little girl in your life, consider this one - you won't be disappointed. Quill says: A happy, sparkling, uplifting story about a little girl who has the perfect tea party with her daddy.
Sheer delight! This lovely picture book captures the essence of a charming little girl who dearly loves her Daddy. She is all girly with frilly clothes, beads, hats and behavior. She excitedly goes about preparing for a tea party with her Daddy so it will be ready when he arrives home. Having raised three girls, I know their charm and their ability to throw themselves into the business of being a little girl and lovingly looking forward to their Daddy's arrival at the end of the day. Illustrated in soft, yet distinct pastels the cuteness and charm of this little girl is captured. The sweet love between daughter and father is evident. She is not just going to have a tea party, she is going to party with her Daddy (and Teddy Bear). Not included in the story, but quite evident from the little girl having all the tools to be so girly (beads, dress, tea set, bling, boa, etc.) that she has a mother that has shown by example the joy of being a girl. The rhyming story simply leaps from the page with joy and the last line resonates...... 'Daddy, tea is best with you." I received a complimentary copy to facilitate a review. Opinions are my own and freely given.