Get ready to do your best dad dancing and celebrate Father’s Day with this joyful rhyming picture book.
Children and adults swap places in this hilarious follow up to School for Dads. Full of fun and silliness, this is the perfect picture book gift for Father’s Day celebrating all kinds of different dads. With bouncy rhyming text, this story is great for reading aloud with children aged 3 years and up and perfect for encouraging them to join in the story.
One morning, Anna cried, "Whoopee!
Today's your special day!”
She gave her dad a card and said,
"Come on – it's time to play!"
Poor Anna’s dad has to go to work on his birthday, so she decides to throw him a surprise party and teach him how to really have some fun. She invites her friends and all of their dads to join in the best birthday party of all time, full of games, cake, fancy-dress costumes and awkward dad dancing!
Can her dad learn to embrace his inner child and have some fun?
Collect them all!
Find out what happens when children take their dads to school . . .
Has your dad started getting a bit slack? Always late to pick you up, looking at his phone too much? Then you need to get him down to School for Dads right away! And you might learn that he’s a really brilliant dad after all . . .
School for Dads – 978 1 4052 7749 5
Adam Guillain is a children’s writer, musician and a co-founder of Storytelling Schools. Charlotte Guillain taught English to air traffic controllers and nurses before deciding a career in publishing would endanger fewer lives. Since meeting in Zanzibar while working with Voluntary Services Overseas, they have written several picture books together including Supermarket Gremlins, School for Dads and the George's Amazing Adventures series.
Ada Grey studied illustration and later took a role in design. Moving back into illustration, Ada set about designing her own unique picture book style, characterised by an energetic palate, adorable, lively characters and a delicate use of texture. Her books include Shhh! Don't Wake the Royal Baby, School for Dads, Poo in the Zoo and Hippobottymus. She has illustrated several books for Bloomsbury, Little Tiger, Egmont and Macmillan.