You Be Daddy (Hardcover)

You Be Daddy By Karla Clark, Steph Lew (Illustrator) Cover Image

You Be Daddy (Hardcover)

By Karla Clark, Steph Lew (Illustrator)


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A tired daddy lets his son have a turn being the parent at bedtime in Karla Clark'sYou Be Daddy, a humorously charming companion picture book to You Be Mommy, featuring illustrations by Steph Lew.

Daddy’s too tired to be Daddy tonight.
Can you be Daddy and hug me tight?

In this clever, rhyming picture book, a father tells his child that he's simply too tired to be Daddy tonight and asks his son to take over for him.

An utterly relatable theme told with humor and heart provides a story parents and children will delight in reading together at bedtime.

Karla Clark writes fiction for adults and children, but picture books are her passion. Her favorite sound in the world is a child’s giggle. Karla is a member of the Society of Book Writers and Illustrators and lives in Rockford, Illinois, with her husband and son. When she is not writing, she’s creating paper collages and digital art that she sells at art shows.

Steph Lew is a Concept Artist/Illustrator from San Francisco, CA. She graduated from San Jose State University with a BFA in animation/illustration. She strives to have strong light and color in her artwork. She enjoys drawing people, animals, and mermaids. Books she has illustrated include So Big and So Small (John Coy), Can't Catch Santa! (Emily Cunningham), and the Little Golden Book It's a Small World!
Product Details ISBN: 9781250225399
ISBN-10: 1250225396
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
Publication Date: April 27th, 2021
Pages: 32
Language: English
Series: You Be

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