Saturday Is Dadurday by Robin Pulver

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Alley combines watercolor, watercolor pencil, pen and ink to deftly portray Mimi as she grapples with her feelings...Readers will relate to her disappointment and cheer her on as she comes to her own creative solution.
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Mimi and Dad's favorite day came after Friday . . . they called it DADURDAY.

For Mimi, the best day of the week is always Saturday, because she gets to spend it with just her Dad. Every "Dadurday" begins the same way--Mimi and Dad make silly-shaped pancakes, read the comics section of the newspaper and make lists of fun things to do together. But when Dad gets a new work schedule, "Dadurday" is ruined. Can Mimi find a way to still make it a special day for her and dad?
 

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ROBIN PULVER is the author of Punctuation Takes a Vacation, Nouns and Verbs Have a Field Day, and Silent Letters Loud and Clear. She lives in New York State. www.robinpulver.comR. W. ALLEY has illustrated nearly a hundred books for children, including Tiger Can't Sleep by S. J. Ford, Cat Skiddo by Bethany Roberts, and the beloved Paddington series. He lives in Rhode Island with his wife and two sons. www.rwalley.com
 
Published October 1, 2013 by Walker Childrens. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.
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Alley combines watercolor, watercolor pencil, pen and ink to deftly portray Mimi as she grapples with her feelings...Readers will relate to her disappointment and cheer her on as she comes to her own creative solution.

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