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Blue Ribbon Dad by Beth Raisner Glass


Blue Ribbon Dad by Beth Raisner Glass

A sweet rhyming picture book about a little boy who is thinking about all the special things he does with his dad (going for swimming lessons, getting ready for school, getting a haircut) and how his dad helps him everyday. So he decides to craft a present (a homemade blue ribbon) to show his dad how much he loves him. While Father's Day is not specifically mentioned, it's the perfect book for Father's Day promotions.

About the Author

Beth Raisner Glass is the author of Noises at Night, illustrated by Bruce Whatley. She lives outside of Boston, MA. Margie Moore is the illustrator of It's Your First Day of School, Annie Claire and many more books for children. She lives in Wall, NJ.

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Publication date

1st May 2011


Beth Raisner Glass

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32 pages


Picture storybooks



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