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Books with title My Daddy Is in the Army

  • My Daddy Is in the Army

    Sherri Williams

    Paperback (Lulu.com, April 5, 2011)
    A short story about a little girl whose daddy has deployed. It tells what all she does with and for her daddy to help the time pass.
  • My Daddy Is In The Air Force

    Nick Hoth

    Hardcover (Mascot Books, Sept. 16, 2010)
    The heartwarming tale of a father who must leave his family to help protect and serve his country. His two sons find it hard to cope with the time spent away from their father, but they continue on, knowing that he loves them with all of his heart and will be home soon to spend valuable time with them.
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  • This is My Daddy!

    Mies van Hout

    Hardcover (Pajama Press, June 16, 2020)
    Renowned illustrator Mies van Hout delivers a funny and affectionate picture book that celebrates fathers and the value of play. “Who is my Daddy?” asks a prickly baby animal. Is it the porcupine? The dust bunny? Could it be the cactus? No! It’s the father hedgehog, of course, cuddling his baby to sleep. With This is My Daddy!, acclaimed author-illustrator Mies van Hout gives young readers a fun and often funny challenge: correctly choose a baby animal’s father from among four candidates, rendered in striking portraits. The vibrant cast includes busy beavers, slippery snails, roaming rhinos, and more. A clever twist on babies-and-parents books, This is My Daddy! will mesmerize little ones with the details of its vivid artwork. Then, just when the complacent reader has the pattern all figured out, story time wraps up with a side-splitting surprise. (Publisher)
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  • My Dad Is in the Army

    Peter Kohl MD

    Paperback (PowerKids Press, Jan. 15, 2016)
    Enter the world of the U.S. Army with this title, which gives readers an up-close-and-personal look at what its like to have a family member in the military. Through the eyes of a child whose dad is in the U.S. Army, this text explores the armys history, modern tools and technology, and career opportunities. With age-appropriate language, the text teaches readers about the joys and sacrifices that army members, and their families, make in order to protect our country. Detailed color photographs and fact boxes offer opportunities for additional learning.
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  • My Dad Is in the Army

    Peter Kohl MD

    Library Binding (PowerKids Press, Jan. 15, 2016)
    Enter the world of the U.S. Army with this title, which gives readers an up-close-and-personal look at what its like to have a family member in the military. Through the eyes of a child whose dad is in the U.S. Army, this text explores the armys history, modern tools and technology, and career opportunities. With age-appropriate language, the text teaches readers about the joys and sacrifices that army members, and their families, make in order to protect our country. Detailed color photographs and fact boxes offer opportunities for additional learning.
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  • My Dad Is in the Army Overseas

    Titus Schorr

    Paperback (Rosen Classroom, Jan. 15, 2016)
    This non-fiction title supports and explains a child's world, reinforcing positive social messages around being a contributing family member, a good student, and a good citizen. When paired with its fiction title counterpart, it allows emerging readers to engage with both fiction and informational texts on the same subject matter, thus gaining different perspectives, new vocabulary and new approaches to the same content.
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