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Do I Have a Daddy?: A Story About a…

Do I Have a Daddy?: A Story About a Single-Parent Child (edition 1999)

by Jeanne Warren Lindsay, Jami Moffett (Illustrator)

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Title:Do I Have a Daddy?: A Story About a Single-Parent Child
Authors:Jeanne Warren Lindsay
Other authors:Jami Moffett (Illustrator)
Info:Morning Glory Press (1999), Edition: Revised edition, Hardcover, 48 pages
Collections:3rd-4th Grade Readers, Informational Books, Contemporary Realistic Fiction, Picturebooks
Tags:family, single parent, separation

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Do I Have a Daddy?: A Story About a Single-Parent Child by Jeanne Warren Lindsay



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this book provides answers maybe some children are searching for. what does it mean when someone leaves, and who i am as a person because of it.
ages 7+
clearlake children's center ( )
  nicolecasiano | Nov 26, 2018 |
After an interaction with a friend, Erik asks his mother about where his daddy is. His mother then goes on to explain to him about what is going on with his dad whom he hasn't met.
Ages: 3-5
Source: Library of Congress
  Rebecca1597 | Mar 17, 2018 |
This book is about Erik and he wonders why he doesn't have a dad around. He asks his mom and she explains that it wasn't his faultthat he is not around. She explains that one day he might have a father again if she gets married.
Age- 3-5
Source- Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Library
  JodieHarris | Mar 6, 2018 |
This book is about a single parent home situation. Erik asks his mom where and who his dad is after being teased for not having a daddy. Helps explain that even though daddy isn't apart of their lives she loves Erik very much and will always be there for him.
Age 3-5
Resource: Pierce College Library
  NicoleMcDowell | Mar 5, 2018 |
A boy named Erik wonders if he has a daddy after it is brought up in an argument by his friend. His mother explains he did have a father but he left when he was young. She tells him his father loved him, and maybe one day he'll have a new dad. This book is for ages 4 to 6. This book can be found in the Lakewood Pierce College library
  TashaH | Mar 3, 2018 |
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Boeller, CherylIllustratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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A single mother explains to her son that his daddy left soon after he was born. Includes a section with suggestions for answering the question, "Do I have a daddy?"

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