Daddy's Girl

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Hyperion Books for Children, Apr 7, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages
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Oh, baby, won't you dance with me? Little baby, bouncing on my knee, Wave your hands and shake your feet. Ooohh, baby, you're so sweet. . . .The sweetness between a daddy and his little girl is all here-the walks, the favorite foods, the dancing, the diaper changing. With his signature warmth and wit, Garrison Keillor turns ordinary daily events into celebrations.

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User Review  - emilyann93 - LibraryThing

This book is about a daddy singing to his baby to brighten up the baby. The daddy will sing to the baby about everything. For example. he will sing through a diaper change, feeding, while dancing, and ... Read full review

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User Review  - cvarela - LibraryThing

I really enjoyed this book because it was really easy for me to identify with the little girl. I have always been a daddy's little girl. Also I have a daughter and I see the relationship that she and ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

GARRISON KEILLOR is America's favorite storyteller. For more than 30 years as the host of "A Prairie Home Companion", he has captivated millions of public radio listeners with his weekly "News from Lake Wobegon" monologues. Keillor is also the author of several books and a frequent contributor to national publications including "Time, The New Yorker", and "National Geographic", in addition to writing his own syndicated column. He has been awarded a National Humanities Medal from the National Endowment of the Humanities.

Robin Preiss Glasser is the number one "New York Times" bestselling illustrator of the "Fancy Nancy" series, written by Jane O'Connor; "America: A Patriotic Primer, A is for Abigail, "and "Our Fifty States" by Lynne Cheney and most recently?"Tea for Ruby" by Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York. She lives in Southern California with her family.

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