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  • Daddy Calls Me Doodlebug
  • Written by J.D. Lester
    Illustrated by Hiroe Nakata
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  • Written by J.D. Lester
    Illustrated by Hiroe Nakata
  • Format: Board | ISBN: 9780375858307
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On Sale: February 23, 2011
Pages: 26 | ISBN: 978-0-375-98627-7
Published by : Robin Corey Books RH Childrens Books
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What do you call your little one?

This charming board book companion title to Mommy Calls Me Monkeypants showcases daddies' nicknames for their babies. It captures the love and playfulness of father and child interaction with clever, funny verses and illustrations that are right on the mark. The rhyming couplets also teach about animal behavior, which comes to life in Hiroe Nakata's sweet and charming watercolor artwork.

This adorable and quietly informative book is perfect for sharing with a favorite little one.
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Hiroe Nakata - Daddy Calls Me Doodlebug
HIROE NAKATA has illustrated many books for children with her cheerful and delightful watercolors. For Snow Happy, she researched her own neighborhood's parks, trees, and wildlife during snowfalls, and the local children in colorful knits were inspiring to her. Hiroe lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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