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Five sweet reads for Father's Day

Show the man of your house some love with these cute children's books


Posted: 13 June 2012
by Fiona McKim


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Just Like My Dad by David Melling (Hachette Children's, £5.99)

Fathers do get a bit of a bad press for cantankerousness, slovenliness and their unique ability to become incredibly busy doing very little – and lion daddies are no different, according to this comical book. Reputational issues aside this story’s cute little cub still idolises his father, making for a gently affectionate tale that swerves saccharine sweetness in favour of madcap humour. 

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