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My father is taller than a tree
Joseph Bruchac
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This friendly poem celebrates the role fathers play in their sons' lives and the many kinds of families who live in the U.S. Working in crayon, Halperin draws father-son pairs around the country: an Asian father and son in San Francisco, a blind father with his son at a farmer's market, an African-American duo playing hide-and-seek. Smaller panels reveal more details about their lives, while Bruchac's verse runs along the bottom: "He pats my back when I feel sad./ He understands 'cause he's my dad." The softly shaded drawings suggest similarly quiet emotions, and small sons will find comfort on every page. Ages 3-5. (Mar.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved

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