My two super dads say I'm a gift and that they love me heaps, that's why they always tell me I'm theirs...for keeps...
Families come in all different shapes, sizes and makeup these days. This family has two dads and shares the story of day to day life: cooking, games and fun all around!
Excerpt: My two dads love me so much, they tuck me into bed every night with a story and kiss on my head and a big bear hug so I sleep tight”
Appealing to children aged up to 7.
Other titles in the series
My Super Groovy Gran
My Super Single Dad
My Super Single Mum
My Two Super Dads
My Two Super Mums
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