Dad Don't Miss It

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Let’s stay connected to each other! A distracted parent comes to appreciate a child’s imagination and the importance of paying attention in this whimsical tale, inspired by Chinese folk culture.

A child and his dad are off for a day in the countryside—but the dad is perpetually distracted by his computer screen, unable to see what his child sees: genies outside the bus windows, in the trees, behind rocks, everywhere! As the child tries again and again to get dad’s attention, the dad grows frustrated, until—oh no!—he turns into a roaring bear. But now, finally, he can see the parade of magical creatures, and parent and child join in a joyful, fantastical parade. Debut artist Qiaoqiao Li’s dreamy illustrations bring to life this magical story about the power of unplugging from our devices so we can plug into the scenes of wonder ready to burst out of our imaginations. ---from the publisher

40 pages                                    978-1662651120                        Ages 4-8

Keywords:  family, fathers, paying attention, being together, imagination, connection, technology, computers, Chinese folk culture, diversity, diverse books, 4 year old, 5 year old, 6 year old, 7 year old, 8 year old

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