My Dad's Job by Peter Glassman

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My dad's job sure "sounds" like a lot of fun. He's part of a team. He fights off raiders. And sometimes he even gets to ride on a bull. But what if dad's job isn't as much fun as it "sounds?" There's only one way to be sure....And that's to merge the talents of an enterprising author -- in this case, Peter Glassman -- and an innovative illustrator -- like Timothy Bush -- in a picture book that's guaranteed to give you the best return for the buck and still not break the bank. Invest today!

About Peter Glassman

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Published May 1, 2003 by Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A youngster listens to his dad talk about work each night and takes it too literally.

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In a fantasy similar to Glassman's My Working Mom, a father's talk of work inspires a boy to literal but outlandish interpretations.

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