My Daddy Is a Giant by Carl Norac

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For this little boy, having a daddy is like having his own personal giant. His daddy is so tall the clouds can rest on his shoulders. His sneezes are as powerful as hurricanes. And there’s no safer place to be than in a giant’s strong arms. The imaginative text expresses a toddler’s love and admiration for his father, and the bright, bold illustrations capture the gentle humor. This is a warm and lively celebration of fathers—those true giants among men.

About Carl Norac

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Carl Norac is a prize-winning poet and the author of many widely acclaimed and bestselling children's books. His work for children has been translated into eighteen languages. Ingrid Godon has illustrated several picture books that have been published internationally. She lives in Belgium with her husband and three children.
Published April 1, 2005 by Mantra Lingua. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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The son sums it up nicely when he says, “I’m not scared of anything when I’m in my daddy’s arms.” Muted colors, blurred details and few distractions in the background bring the reader’s focus to facial expressions, which, although subtle, do make the bond between father and son that much more app...

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