Dad's First Day by Mike WohnoutkaDad's First Day by Mike Wohnoutka

Dad's First Day

byMike Wohnoutka

Hardcover | July 7, 2015

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From the illustrator of Moo! comes another charming story that gives the first day of school a funny twist.
     All summer Oliver and his dad played together, laughed together, sang together, and read together.
     Now it’s time for Oliver to start school!
     On the first day, Oliver’s dad isn’t quite ready. . . . Suddenly he feels nervous. His tummy hurts, and he would rather stay home.
     But Oliver isn’t convinced. What if the first day is really fun? What if it’s the start of an exciting year?
     In this charming story of first-day jitters, acclaimed author and illustrator Mike Wohnoutka perfectly captures the mixed emotions felt by kids and their parents when big changes are afoot.
MIKE WOHNOUTKA is the illustrator of many books including Moo! which received two starred reviews and was chosen as an ALA Notable book and by the Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books as a Blue Ribbon selection, Can't Sleep Without Sheep, Just Like My Papa, and Stay Close to Mama. A graduate of the Savannah College of Art and De...
Title:Dad's First DayFormat:HardcoverDimensions:40 pages, 11.03 × 10.01 × 0.38 inPublished:July 7, 2015Publisher:Bloomsbury USALanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1619634732

ISBN - 13:9781619634732


Editorial Reviews

"This book is bold, original, and funny, and should be part of every picture-book collection." -School Library Journal, starred review, on Moo!"The readaloud's the real fun here." -BCCB, starred review, on Moo!"An ALA Notable bookA BCCB Blue Ribbon selectionThis book is bold, original, and funny, and should be part of every picture-book collection." -SLJ, Starred review for MOO!"Good barnyard fun, with nods to Mo Willems' aspirational Pigeon and Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin's enterprising Duck." -Kirkus Reviews, on MOO!