My Dad, My Hero

My Dad, My Hero Best Read || [Ethan Long] My Dad, My Hero Best Read || [Ethan Long] - My Dad, My Hero, My Dad My Hero A young child starts off this laugh out loud picture book by listing all the ways his dad is NOT a superhero he can t leap tall buildings run faster than a speeding bullet or shoot webs out of his w

  • Title: My Dad, My Hero
  • Author: Ethan Long
  • ISBN: 9781402242397
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Hardcover

My Dad, My Hero Best Read || [Ethan Long] - My Dad, My Hero, My Dad My Hero A young child starts off this laugh out loud picture book by listing all the ways his dad is NOT a superhero he can t leap tall buildings run faster than a speeding bullet or shoot webs out of his w

My Dad, My Hero, My Dad, My Hero Best Read || [Ethan Long], My Dad, My Hero, Ethan Long, My Dad My Hero A young child starts off this laugh out loud picture book by listing all the ways his dad is NOT a superhero he can t leap tall buildings run faster than a speeding bullet or shoot webs out of his wrists Each spread illustrates how Dad doesn t have super powers but is still a hero at heart The sweet ending depicts all the cool if not super activities Dad does do with tA young chi. My Dad, My Hero Best Read || [Ethan Long] - My Dad, My Hero, My Dad My Hero A young child starts off this laugh out loud picture book by listing all the ways his dad is NOT a superhero he can t leap tall buildings run faster than a speeding bullet or shoot webs out of his w

  • My Dad, My Hero Best Read || [Ethan Long]
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My Dad, My Hero

Comments My Dad, My Hero



  1. Absolutely Great This is a must have for Father s Day Instead of a card invest in this booknd a message to the Father in your life that quality time is important than any other thing The pictures are brilliantly colored, the verse is easy to read and simple The over arching theme Even though Dad is not a super hero he is My hero because he spends time with me Thank you Sourcebooks for this review copy


  2. Audience This book would be good for Pre K through 1st Grade and for home reading by parents.Appeal Lots of colorful pictures that could be used as a picture walk by teachers and to show that a parent in a positive light Why the Dad is a hero can be discussed as well as Mothers too.Pre class book


  3. Page after page the text reports things dad cannot do that a superhero could, illustrated cleverly with daily events, but concludes that Dad is super, spending time with the boy, and he is his hero Lovely sentiment without being overdone, plenty of humor and a nice punchline on the last page.


  4. I really like the pixilated retro feel of the illustrations in this I also like the idea of this book a lot there s a definite shortage of great picture books about dads This one is cute and is a nice addition to the lineup.



  5. Artwork and theme are lifted straight from any Nickelodeon cartoon Jimmy Neutron and The Fairly Oddparents come to mind Dad is a dweeb but he loves me and I love him.



  6. Cute book shows an imperfect dad who is a hero to his son nonetheless for doing fun kid activities with him Great for Father s Day for involved dads


  7. A true superhero dad doesn t have super human strength, he has something much , time to spend and hugs to share.



  8. A great book about dads and there are possibilities for use for the upcoming Summer Reading Program.Unique illustrations.



  9. This is a really fun book We really enjoyed the artwork This would be a great book for kids to give dad for Father s Day


  10. A little boy realizes his father isn t the strongest or coolest dad out there but to him he is still an awesome dad Warning This will bring tears to your eyes.



  11. A young boy shares what his dad is not until the end when we discover that he s still the little boy s hero and spends a lot of time with him.



  12. Picture Book I thought this book was hilarious because it listed all of the ways dads are not superheroes I think kids will appreciate it because it is funny and they love their dads.


  13. An adorable picture book where a young boy describes the many ways his father is not a superhero He cannot shoot webs out of his wristsAnd I know he can t bend steel with his bare hands The big question is whether or not the boy is okay with not having a superhero for a father Brightly colored, full page illustrations are reminiscent of a comic strip from the Sunday funnies The large text and simple yet effective sentences make it a great read aloud or a fun story for a beginning reader.


  14. Although the dad in this book is not a super hero, his son loves him because they spend time together It is a cute story, but the dad is so inept He trips over blocks, can t open a pickle jar that his wife opens easily, falls off a ladder I like the concept, and the message at the end is priceless, but I wish the dad had been portrayed a bit better.


  15. This actually amused me a lot than I thought it would, since my tolerance for I Love You books is kind of low And I liked that it ended on the Hawaiian shirt joke instead of the Mush Factor Maybe for K12 rather than preschool.