Dads First Day



Dads First Day All Summer Oliver And His Dad Played Together, Laughed Together, Sang Together, And Read Together.Now It S Time For Oliver To Start School On The First Day, Oliver S Dad Isn T Quite Ready Suddenly He Feels Nervous His Tummy Hurts, And He Would Rather Stay Home.But Oliver Isn T Convinced What If The First Day Is Really Fun What If It S The Start Of An Exciting Year In This Charming Story Of First Day Jitters, Acclaimed Author And Illustrator Mike Wohnoutka Perfectly Captures The Mixed Emotions Felt By Kids And Their Parents When Big Changes Are Afoot.

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  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Dads First Day
  • Mike Wohnoutka
  • 22 February 2017
  • 1619634732

10 thoughts on “Dads First Day

  1. Matt says:

    What happens on Oliver s first day of school Apparently the nerves hit Oliver s dad harder than either of them going so far as to having a sore stomach It all turns out for the best, after Dad gets through his own first day Neo felt as though he waslike Oliver than the dad.

  2. Emily says:

    good for parents to read with their kids before school starts and share feelings they may be having

  3. Beyond the Pages says:

    This was a family read aloud this evening My husband did not like it 1 5 He thought it presented the father in a negative lightjust like most shows on TV presently My kids tossed up their book score, saying it was funny but that the dad was silly 3 5 I ll leave it t...

  4. Sandra Guerfi says:

    Oliver and his dad have had a great summer together doing all sorts of exciting things When the first day of school arrives Oliver s dad starts to act a little weird He seems to be doing everything he can to keep Oliver from actually getting there What...

  5. Jill says:

    This is the cutest back to school book I ve seen Oliver is excited to go to school He s all packed up and ready to go, but his Dad is not His dad loved Summer with Oliver so much that sending Oliver to school has really made him sad The pictures in this book are hilarious I read this to my storytimers for a back to school storytime and it was the biggest hit of all the books They laughed at the illustrations and I loved that this story shows how the adults can also feel sad about school st This is the cutest back to school book I ve seen Oliver is excited to go to s...

  6. Debbie says:

    This book was an adorable and funny back to school story Dad, who had so much fun with Oliver over the summer, is not quite ready for school to start We experience some typical back to school anxiety through Dad, who has a tummy ache and hides and throws a temper tantrum when it s time to take Oliver to school But everything works out and there s ice cream at the end I thought this might be fun to give my nephew before he goes back to school and after reading it, I think he ll have a blast r This book was an adorable and funny back to school story Dad, who had so much fun with Oliver over the summer, is not quite ready for school to start We experience some typical back to school anxiety through Dad, who has a tummy ache and hides and throws a temper tantrum wh...

  7. Asho says:

    This book is very cute It s all about a dad who is nervous about leaving his son on the first day of school The role reversal of the little boy comforting the dad was a hit with my 2 year old She got a big kick out of it and was laughing out loud on the page where Daddy ...

  8. Skyler McSheehy says:

    Picturebook It was a fun story about how the dad was not ready to let his young son go to school.However, as he saw Oliver working and learning he was happy Many students struggle with the first day so it was fun to see it from a parents perspective

  9. Krissy says:

    good I really enjoyed it I ll check it out again when my kids are off to school each year.

  10. Karen says:

    A reverse perspective on the first day of school.

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