Where did Dad learn how to be the best father ever? At Dad School, of course!
In this adorable kid’s-eye view of what would happen if Dad went to school, a little boy imagines a place where all dads learn their amazing skills, like giving piggyback rides and making giant sandwiches for lunch. With warm, silly illustrations and a fun role-reversal story in which dads act like kids, young readers will love imagining what would happen if their own dads went to Dad School.
And don’t forget Mom: Look for the companion book, Mom School!
“An amusing perspective on fatherhood.”—Booklist
“Sweetly funny and full of paternal devotion.”—Publishers Weekly
“A likable and loving tribute to dads . . . Children will be swept along by Burris’s upbeat, endearing illustrations.”—School Library Journal
REBECCA VAN SLYKE, author of Mom School and Dad School, is a second-grade teacher in Lynden, Washington, and has an MFA in writing for children and young adults from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Rebecca runs the Western Washington Group of the… More about Rebecca Van Slyke