A Man Called Daddy
In 36 stories, O'Neill blends the daily joy of Robert Fulgham with the humor of Dave Barry to create one of the best-loved looks at fatherhood written in the last decade. A laugh-out-loud funny book about fatherhood.--Child Magazine.
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Daddy Takes the Fall
Daddy Talks to Cod
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