The Tale of the Reed Pipe: Teachings of the Sufis

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Dutton, 1974 - Juvenile Fiction - 104 pages
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One day a little boy offers to lend his father a hand with all his chores. He paints the house (and much more), cuts the grass (with scissors), and puts up a tent (sort of). By the end of the day, Dad seems more tired than usual. "Well," says the boy, "maybe I still have some things to learn, but aren't you glad, Dad, that there's one Dad thing I can do just as good as you? Give a big smoocharoo!"
This sweet and funny picture book is ideal for sharing on Father's Day or any day.

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User Review  - sandratt - LibraryThing

This book is about a boy who wants to help his dad, but he still needs to learn a lot. Ages 3-4 From ECE Library Read full review

Review: Dad, Aren't You Glad?

User Review  - Shelli - Goodreads

Dad, Aren't You Glad? is cute picture book about a young boy whose good intentions to help out his father end up causing more harm than good. Interest level 6 or younger. Read full review

Contents

What Is Sufism Who Is a Sufi?
3
Attar of Neishapur
14
Who Is It?
17
Copyright

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About the author (1974)

Lynn Plourde's long list of children's books includes Mother, May I? and Thank You, Grandpa.

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