Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Celebrating Father's Day

Father’s Day is on Sunday, June 17th! The library has a great collection of books and resources for your child to make Father's Day special and memorable! Here are a few recommended titles:


Father's Day Father's Day by Anne Rockwell
For Fathers' Day, the students in Mrs. Madoff's class write and illustrate books about their dads with their families.

Because I am Your Daddy
Because I am your Daddy by Sherry North
In illustrations and verse, this book lists some of the many ways a father, whether a pilot or a baseball player, could show his love for his child.

Papa and Me
Papa and Me by Arthur Dorros
This is a beautifully illustrated story about a Latino boy and his father spending a memorable day together eating and sightseeing as they travel to Abuela and Abuelo's house.

Father's Day
Father's Day by Ann Heinrichs
This is an informative book about Father's Day and discusses why and how Father's Day is celebrated.


Father's Day Crafts
Father's Day Crafts by Fay Robinson
Create something thoughtful and memorable for dad! This book contains intriguing craft projects for kids to create for dad on Father's Day.

All new crafts for Mother's Day and Father's Day
All New Crafts for Mother's Day and Father's Day by Kathy Ross
Learn how to create crafts for both Mother's and Father's Day. This book contains simple step by step instructions to create each craft project, designed to give to mom or dad.

Here are other ways to celebrate Father’s Day:
  • Create a personalized Father’s Day greeting card.
  • Work on a Father’s Day craft project.
  • Write a thoughtful poem for dad.
  • Play dad’s favorite game or sport with him such as chess, cards, basketball or baseball.
For more recommendations, please visit the Youth Services desk at your library.
Previously posted by pn on 6/16/11