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I read almost every genre & I enjoy venturing into unfamiliar territory. As a library volunteer, I'm constantly bringing home novels. Being a substitute teacher, I read lots of YA & children's books.  

Superhero Dad

Superhero Dad by Timothy Knapman (2015-05-07) - Timothy Knapman

I enjoyed reading the oversized children’s book featuring a boy and his father. The little boy tells us why his father is so special, what makes his father a Superhero Dad. His father’s many talents include that he can protect him, he’s funny, he’s strong (he can lift up their dog), he plays with him, he makes this fantastic breakfast featuring outrageous breakfast food while he is almost asleep plus there are many other talents that his father possesses that he tells us about inside this book but I let you discover them when you read the book.   I like that some of the illustrations feel like they jump right out of the pages at you and that the illustrations are bright and colorful. The text is big and bold and easy to read. The best reason of all that I like this children’s book, is that when I read it to my granddaughter, it always puts a smile on her face.