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Daddy Hugs (Classic Board Book) by Karen…

Daddy Hugs (Classic Board Book) (2005)

by Karen Katz

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Now Baby and Daddy can cuddle and count along with this hug-and-read book perfect for Baby's teeny, tiny hands.
Source: Pierce County Library
  MindyEwing | Nov 30, 2013 |
Daddy Hugs baby. kisses her, finger hugs etc.
Age: 1 and Up
Source: Pierce County Library
  ArianaCeras | Nov 18, 2013 |
This book is about a father showing affection to his baby daughter. He gives her lots of hugs. I feel this book is great for helping father's be affectionate with their children and would be a great bonding book!

Source: Amazon

Ages: 2,3,4,5 ( )
  HaleyRodriguez | Oct 27, 2013 |
Great book to reinforce a nurture relationship with Daddies.
And the importance of hugging their little ones.
Age group: 1 and up
Source :Pierce County Library
  marita65 | May 10, 2013 |
Some of the best books for dads and children are the ones that encourage affectionate play between them. This can make reading before bedtime a fun time, which is good for both dads and kids after a long day. It can also help forge emotional connections between them on a daily basis, which can sometimes be a challenging task for fathers. Daddy Hugs is a great book for this purpose, and one which is appropriate for infants as well as young children.

The book begins with the arrival of Daddy in his baby's room, and he proceeds to hug his baby with all kinds of hugs numbered from one to ten (“eight dancing on daddy's feet cha-cha hugs”) as they get ready for bed. The large, colorful illustrations will be engaging for both infants and young children, and the text encourages closeness between fathers and kids while also teaching basic counting skills. Review by Book Dads ( )
  bookdads | Mar 16, 2009 |
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To Gary, Alex, and all dads who give lots of hugs.

Thanks to Lee and Emma
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Here I come! It's Daddy!
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The reader is invited to count the number of hugs that Baby receives from Daddy.

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