Blue-Ribbon Dad

Blue-Ribbon Dad

By Beth Raisner Glass; Margie Moore (Illustrator)

ABRAMS, Hardcover, 9780810997271, 32pp.

Publication Date: May 1, 2011

In this sweet, rhyming picture book, a little boy thinks about all the special things he does with his dad schoolwork, reading, swimming lessons, haircuts, and more and decides to craft a present, a homemade blue ribbon, to show his dad how much he loves him. The boy counts down the hours until his dad comes home, recalling their favorite memories and preparing the special gift.
Simple text for the earliest readers and cuddly squirrel characters make this precious picture book the perfect way to celebrate Dad on Father's Day, or any day of the year.
Praise for "Blue-Ribbon Dad
" A celebration of a dad's return. Share for Father's Day or when a daddy is about to return from a trip. "Kirkus Reviews
" A slam dunk for Father's Day. "Booklist
Moore's delicately outlined watercolors mirror the coziness of the text. "Publishers Weekly"
The rhyming text and large illustrations are ideal for a read-aloud. This is a good pick for celebrating fathers. "School Library Journal.

About the Author
Beth Raisner Glass and Susan Lubner live outside of Boston, MA, with their families. Being mothers of young children, they both have much experience with noises at night.

Dori Chaconas was born and raised in Wisconsin, where childhood summer vacations were spent on her grandparents' farms in Phillips. She still returns there to celebrate family reunions and she still holds her nose in cow barns. She is the author of seven books for children and lives with her husband in Wisconsin.