What My Daddy Loves (Hardcover)

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What My Daddy Loves By Raissa Figueroa, Raissa Figueroa (Illustrator) Cover Image

What My Daddy Loves (Hardcover)

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In her joyous authorial debut, Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award Honor winner Raissa Figueroa celebrates the warm love between Black fathers and their children. 

Capturing a child’s perspective and infused with gentle humor, Raissa Figueroa’s tender, insightful look at fathers is an irresistible ode to the bond between daddies and the children they love.

Whether it’s exploring, learning, dreaming—or anything in between—all daddies love doing things with their kids. In fact, the only thing they love more than spending time with their kids is the kids themselves!

Perfect for Father's Day or any day.

Raissa Figueroa is an illustrator and graphic designer based in San Diego, California. Her art graces such picture books as Princess, Inc., by Jacob Sager Weinstein, and Oona, by Kelly DiPucchio. rizzyfig.com, Twitter and Instagram: @rizzyfig

Raissa Figueroa is an illustrator and graphic designer based in San Diego, California. Her art graces such picture books as Princess, Inc., by Jacob Sager Weinstein, and Oona, by Kelly DiPucchio. rizzyfig.com, Twitter and Instagram: @rizzyfig
Product Details ISBN: 9780358588771
ISBN-10: 0358588774
Publisher: Clarion Books
Publication Date: May 2nd, 2023
Pages: 32
Language: English

“Captures the joy of the everyday [in] a reminder that what dads love most of all are their little ones. Warm and joyful.”
Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“A truly affectionate morning-to-night picture of caregiving [in an] emphatic declaration of paternal devotion.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review)