Review: A Perfect Fathers Day by Eve Bunting

A beautiful written and illustrated book portraying a young child wanting to do something special for her father.  A charming and funny book that both children and parents will enjoy to read over and over again. Susie is a spunky child who wants to make the best out of fathers day for her own dad. Her dad is very patient and loving and understands his daughter. Humorous and fun, Meddaugh’s illustrations brings on the humorous, love, and spunkiness of Susie’s character to life. A book that will be cherished by all fathers like. Go pick it up!











A Perfect Fathers Day

Eve Bunting

Genre: Children’s


Publisher: Sandpiper (March 22, 1993)

Book Blurb:

Susie offers to take Dad out to eat for “a perfect Father’s Day” (“May I drive?,” Dad asks), then to the duck pond (“You like to feed the ducks, don’t you, Dad?”), then to the park (“Do you like the monkey bars?”). Clearly the perfect Father’s Day requires the perfect father, and Susie’s parent quite literally takes the cake. Meddaugh’s balloon-colored cartoons are perfectly tuned to the spirit of the day. With more spontaneity than most made-to-order picture books, this is an engaging family portrait and a winning tribute to “Dad.” –Marcia Hupp, Mamaroneck Public Library, NY

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