Anthony Browne, award-winning author and illustrator of Willy's Pictures and many other witty picture books, pays bright and loving homage to that most remarkable of beings, the dad. Every illustration depicts the world as seen from the low height of the little boy narrator and through his starry-eyed gaze, as well. Sure, we might look at this man and see a slightly overweight fellow with five o'clock shadow and poor taste in nightwear, but to his son, this is Man. He is everything. And until that fateful day when the boy begins to roll his eyes at his dad's hopelessly embarrassing ways, Dad should just revel in the divine, unadulterated love of his child. (Ages 4 to 8) --Emilie Coulter
My Dad is an adorable book for children to read with their dad. Dad is very believable and is everything a "real" dad should be. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
THIS BOOK IS SO CUTE AND FUNNY. I AM A CHILDREN'S LIBRARIAN, AND WOULD RECOMMEND IT FOR NEW DADS OR FOR FATHER'S DAY. IT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH.Published 13 months ago by Mels
We're still reading this book. So many great memories and creating so many more. Can't think of a better book for Dads and their children.Published 15 months ago by Scott Berg
I cried, he cried, we hugged and cried together. What a touching, funny, perfect little book! I couldn't imagine a better "I love you" from a little girl to her Daddy. Read morePublished 23 months ago by ringer
My son chose this for his father for christmas, it's a silly book but my son loves it and his dad does as wellPublished on January 25, 2013 by All-access Customer
Good book to apprciate a important member of the family. Great fathers day read or present.
My 5 year love this book and helps to show that she has this great guy in her life.
The book "My Dad" by Anthony Browne is a book that from time to time I have pulled out and read to my son, ever year since he was born. Read morePublished on January 2, 2011 by D. Gallagher
I enjoy reading this book to my son. I think it has good rhythm and is amusing. I like the illustrations that go along with each description. Read morePublished on March 11, 2010 by Lostmango