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My Dad Thinks He's Funny

My Dad Thinks He's Funny (Paperback)

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The ideal gift book for anyone whose dad makes them laugh - or roll their eyes.When his son says "I'm hungry," Dad says, "Hello, Hungry. Pleased to meet you." Before slicing a cake for dessert, Dad announces, "There's my piece. What's everybody else having?" Tell Dad your foot hurts? "No problem. You've got another." How is he feeling? "With my hands." So when nothing's up but the sky, or when jumping in the shower sounds dangerous, it may be a good time to share this book with someone who doesn't need sugar because - well, they're sweet enough already.

Children'sPicture books, activity books & early learning materialPicture booksPicture storybooks Publisher: Walker Books Ltd Publication Date: 02/05/2013 ISBN-13: 9781406347302  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Bestselling picture book author Katrina Germein is published worldwide. In 2013, Katrina launched the companion title My Dad Still Thinks He's Funny, as well as the fun, lively tale, Somebody's House. Katrina lives in Adelaide with her husband, their three children and an energetic dog named Mango. Find Katrina Germein online at www.katrinagermein.com and on Twitter as @katrinagermein.Tom Jellett's books have included: Hot Stuff by Margaret Clark, Fuzz the Famous Fly by Emily Rodda, and Australia at the Beach, a picture book by Max Fatchen. Tom now lives in Sydney and works as an illustrator for The Australian. Find Tom Jellett online at www.tomjellett.com

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