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.
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