A celebration of the best kind of dad: the kind that’s willing to join in the fun.
A gang of mythical creatures is roaming around a magical land having a great time, until Bigfoot gets his foot stuck in a tree trunk and Unicorn gets her horn impaled on a table and Robot’s saw-arm gets rusted into position. But have no fear! Dad is there to fix things–even when a Sneaky Flying Alligator Pirate steals the Fairy Queen Ballerina Doctor’s wand.
A hilarious story about imagination, play and the best parts about being a dad.
Dan Bar-el is an award-winning children’s author, educator and storyteller. His writing includes chapter books, picture books, and most recently, a graphic novel. For the past twenty years, Dan has been working with children ages 3 to 13. He’s been… More about Dan Bar-el
Hardcover | $16.99
Published by Tundra Books Apr 04, 2017| 32 Pages| 10-3/4 x 9| 4-8 years| ISBN 9781770496057
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