REVIEW: The Greatest Father’s Day Of All by Anne Mangan & Illustrated by Tamsin Ainslie

Published: 1st August 2013

Publisher: Angus & Robertson ( an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers)

Pages: 32

Format: Hardback picture book (borrowed from the library)

RRP: $16.50

3.5/5 Stars

A companion title for THE GREATEST MOTHER’S DAY OF ALL that focuses on dads – and one dad in particular who miscalculates Father’s Day, but isn’t disappointed when the big day arrives!

A companion title for THE GREATEST MOTHER’S DAY OF ALL that focuses on dads – and one dad in particular who miscalculates Father’s Day, but isn’t disappointed when the big day arrives! Ages 3+

The Greatest Father’s Day of All tells the story of an excited Dad who mistakenly thinks it’s Father’s Day a week before it actually is.

The Greatest Father’s Day of All is a story of a simple mistake that leaves Dad thinking that everyone has forgotten it’s his day. After expecting a warm wake up, breakfast and presents; it’s not until Dad is sulking that Mum asks what’s wrong and the whole issues is resolved … Father’s Day is next week!

When next week comes along, Dad has the best day ever, surrounded by his family.

The Greatest Father’s Day of All is a sweet book full of good-natured family fun. Anne Mangan’s story is simple and aimed at very young children. Tamsin Ainslie’s illustrations are homely and easily identifiable.

 

TO purchase a copy of The Greatest Father’s Day of All, visit the following online retailers:

Harper Collins AustraliaAmazon AUS | Amazon US | Angus & Robertson | BooktopiaDymocks

 

To learn more about Anne Mangan and Tamsin Ainslie, visit the following social media sites:

Harper Collins – Anne | Harper Collins – Tamsin 

 

 

 

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