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You & your dad by Lou Alpert

You & your dad (edition 1992)

by Lou Alpert

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Title:You & your dad
Authors:Lou Alpert
Info:New York : Whispering Coyote Press, c1992.
Collections:Your library
Tags:Family, Occupations

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You & Your Dad by Lou Alpert



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This books ask a ton of questions about fathers " what does your dad do?" "Does he wear overall or a coat?" "what kind of dad spends time with you?" "Where does he work?" "What does he do?" does he leave on a train or drive a car?" This book is all about dads, their jobs, and how they spend time with the reader. It is defiantly a rare genre to ask the reader questions about their fathers, but it is a great little book that will facilitate discussion with a reader to find out about thier dads lives. ( )
  whitneyw | Dec 13, 2009 |
Poetry, Fathers, Rhyme, Rythym ( )
  rachel.torres | Oct 8, 2008 |
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Depicts many kinds of fathers and the activities they share with their children.

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