Dance Me, Daddy

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Zondervan, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Dance me, Daddy. Dance me around. Don't let my feet ever touch down. There's nothing better than being your girl. If I am your princess, then you are king of the world.” This picture book by singer and songwriter Cindy Morgan sparkles with the joy of childhood and the blessings of families. Sing along with the CD performed by Point of Grace and listen to Cindy Morgan read the book version of this song that celebrates the joy in all stages of a child's growing years, from the time his little girl dances on his feet until they dance at her wedding. A great celebration of God's love.

 

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User Review  - Kathleen Vellante - Christianbook.com

An excellent tool that enables a father to establish a close relationship with his daughter. The story is a real picture of what father-daughter relationships can be. THe illustrations are a perfect ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Songwriter Morgan adapts her "King of the World" (sung by evangelical ensemble Point of Grace on an accompanying CD) with limited success. The vaguely Latina-looking, curly-haired moppet in O'Neill's ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Cindy Morgan is a wife, mother, and singer/songwriter. She has recorded eight records, had twenty number-one songs, and has won nine Dove Awards over her career, including her most recent Dove Awards for 2008 Songwriter of the Year and 2008 Country Song of the Year for "How You Live," the song she wrote for Point of Grace. Cindy; her husband, novelist Sigmund Brouwer; and their two daughters, Olivia and Savannah, divide their time between homes in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, and Nashville, Tennessee.

Philomena O'Neill has illustrated numerous books for children, including The Thanksgiving Bowl (Pelican, 2007) and The Little Shrew Caboose (Pleasant St. Press, Spring 2009). She lives in Seattle with her husband.

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