This is a book to fill in and share with your dad. Write, draw and store your favourite memories of you and your dad in this beautiful picture book. It is a celebration of the special relationship between dads and their children. Store photographs, postcards and other special memorabilia in the pouch at the back of the book and write down favourite memories or shared experiences. Draw pictures in the provided spaces to tell your dad just how special he is. Features a gorgeous cloth spine, and a removable card and envelope with the delightful artwork of Jedda Robaard. Kids can complete the card and the book for the perfect gift for their dad.
Jedda Robaard is a Melbourne-based illustrator and graphic designer. Jedda is the director of a successful art school for children, and continues to use her own children, chickens and guinea pigs as inspiration in her illustrations.
Other books by Jedda Robaard:
Empower kids in grades K-6 to recognize and resist negative peer pressure and learn to say “No!” even as forces around them escalate to give in to the peer group. Children will gain the social emotional skills of having self-confidence and listening to an inner voice while resisting influences which can change their values and behaviour. Norbert is a ‘‘namuh’' and enjoys eating everything with jelly beans on it! One day, Norbert’s teacher challenges his class to try something new. In order to encourage everyone to participate, the teacher sweetens... More info
From the former Children's Laureate and twice winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal comes a stunning and perceptive story about facing your fears. One day Willy goes to the park. It’s a sunny day, but a cloud hovers over him and he can't join in the fun. What can Willy do to make this mysterious cloud go away? Exceptional illustrations combined with the insightful story makes this an essential book for young children. Deals sensitively and positively with the topics of anxiety and depression. Willy the chimp... More info
Taryn and Jake are best friends who have lots of similarities and lots of differences. One of the differences is that Jake has autism and Taryn doesn't, which means they can act differently sometimes. Taryn knows that people with autism are often mistaken for being naughty when it's actually a natural way for their brain to react. Fed up with everyone not understanding, Taryn decides to let the world know why Jake isn't naughty! Join Taryn as she candidly explains her understanding of autism, and why there's always a... More info