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The most horrible, terrible awful father’s day ever is a book about a little boy who wakes up early in the morning to give his father the best father’s day any boy could. Unbeknown to him, today will not be his lucky day. Every act to impress dad goes belly up, from his failed attempt at making toast to being chased by the family’s lawn mower and everything else in betwee The most horrible, terrible awful father’s day ever is a book about a little boy who wakes up early in the morning to give his father the best father’s day any boy could. Unbeknown to him, today will not be his lucky day. Every act to impress dad goes belly up, from his failed attempt at making toast to being chased by the family’s lawn mower and everything else in between. The most horrible, terrible awful father’s day ever is a great for early and first time readers. The book is ideal for younger readers in kindergarten and early grades. The story can be read aloud to your kids and is also easy enough for them to read on their own as first time readers. The entire book is written in rhyme with bright and colourful illustrations to amuse young minds. The most horrible, terrible awful father’s day ever is a great book for children who:  Have a curious mind  Have an active imagination  Love to be entertained  Are in the early stages of their development  Are starting to speak and learn words  Are learning to read and write We hope you and your child have as much fun reading this book as we did reading it with ours. It is written with love, from our children to yours. Kindle unlimited & amazon prime members can read this book for free.


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The most horrible, terrible awful father’s day ever is a book about a little boy who wakes up early in the morning to give his father the best father’s day any boy could. Unbeknown to him, today will not be his lucky day. Every act to impress dad goes belly up, from his failed attempt at making toast to being chased by the family’s lawn mower and everything else in betwee The most horrible, terrible awful father’s day ever is a book about a little boy who wakes up early in the morning to give his father the best father’s day any boy could. Unbeknown to him, today will not be his lucky day. Every act to impress dad goes belly up, from his failed attempt at making toast to being chased by the family’s lawn mower and everything else in between. The most horrible, terrible awful father’s day ever is a great for early and first time readers. The book is ideal for younger readers in kindergarten and early grades. The story can be read aloud to your kids and is also easy enough for them to read on their own as first time readers. The entire book is written in rhyme with bright and colourful illustrations to amuse young minds. The most horrible, terrible awful father’s day ever is a great book for children who:  Have a curious mind  Have an active imagination  Love to be entertained  Are in the early stages of their development  Are starting to speak and learn words  Are learning to read and write We hope you and your child have as much fun reading this book as we did reading it with ours. It is written with love, from our children to yours. Kindle unlimited & amazon prime members can read this book for free.

4 review for Children's Books: The most horrible, terrible awful father's day ever!: A hilarious story about the misadventures of a little boy who works very hard to give his father the best father's day ever

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Moorey

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mohammed Xoosh

  3. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

  4. 5 out of 5

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