Girly girls and pretty princesses can still spend quality time with Dad, especially if he’s willing to wear a crown and attend a tea party. In Daddy’s Girl, by Helen Foster James, one excited little sweetheart flits about as she decorates for just such an occasion, spouting lively rhyming verses. Estelle Corke mixes delicate pastels with bold hues while making room for all the ribbons and bows a girl could want, along with one good-natured Daddy.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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