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Daddy Mountain

by Jules Feiffer

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a funny little story of how the girl decides to climb the daddy mountain (referring to her father). she firs has to climb up his legs but falls then has to start over and climb all the way to the top.
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  TUCC | Oct 31, 2016 |
This is a silly book about a girl going through all the steps of climbing the Daddy Mountain. There truthfully isn't anything to the story besides that!
Uses: I don't think this is really a book for school unless it's just sitting in the classroom library as a free option for kids to read when they have time. I wouldn't use it in class, simply because there isn't anything to be gained from reading it other than reading practice.
Medium: pencil, watercolor
  meggienell | Mar 4, 2016 |
We had been calling our daughter's father Daddy Mountain (after the Charlie the Unicorn web-vid, Candy Mountain), so how stoked were we to find a book by the same name? So stoked!!

A cute story of a little girl using her daddy as a climbing apparatus, reminding herself all the time to be careful and be brave. An adorable story for daddies and daughters to read together. Highly recommended! ( )
  Ermina | Feb 25, 2016 |
The Daddy Mountain is an adorable book that illustrates the adventure one girl has involving her dad. The adventure is terrifying, but her determination helps her climb 'Daddy Mountain.' I really enjoyed reading this book and seeing how the illustrations connected to the text as the character demonstrated her climbing. Overall, I would recommend this book for children under the age of 5 years old. ( )
  jwesley | Feb 22, 2015 |
I would suggest The Daddy Mountain for children in nursery to primary, while the concept of the book is easy to follow there are a few challenging words. I would not recommend this book to anyone. At first I thought it could be interesting when just glancing at the cover, but once I read it, I found there to be no attention grabbing content. However, I did like the illustrations, I thought it was interesting how they made the girl colorful and the dad black and white. I also liked the proportions of the girl to the dad; while we could see the whole body of the girl we could only see the feet of the dad. I would not use this book in a school setting, but parents who like to actively play with their children may enjoy this book.
  jjsewanee | Feb 9, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0786809124, Hardcover)

Before your very eyes, this little redhead is about to do something extremely daring. And scary. And she'll show you-she'll actually document, step-by-step-exactly how she does it. First, she takes her Daddy and makes him stand very still. Then, balancing herself on his shoe, she wraps her arms tightly around a leg and starts her perilous ascent to the summit. Thrills and chills, guaranteed. LOOK OUT BELOW!! JULES FEIFFER has won a number of prizes for his cartoons, plays, and screenplays, including the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning. His books for children include The House Across the Street; By the Side of the Road; I'm Not Bobby; I Lost My Bear; and Meanwhile..He lives in New York City.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:02:42 -0400)

"Before your very eyes, this little redhead is about to do something extremely daring. And scary. And she'll show you--she'll actually document, step-by-step--exactly how she does it. First, she takes her daddy and makes him stand very still, then, balancing herself on his shoe, she wraps her arms tightly around a leg and starts her perilous ascent to the summit"--Publisher's blurb.… (more)

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