This is the story of a father and a son and the big, raspberry colored, fun loving, troublemaking best friend who brings them closer together....
|Publisher||:||Simon 1st edition April 1, 2001|
|Number of Pages||:||40 pages|
|File Size||:||987 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The cutest story ever about an imaginary friend.
My 6 yo LOVES this book. She wants to read it to us every night before bed. Like all of Tony DiTerlizzi's books, this one is very beautifully illustrated. It is a great story as well. I definitely recommend this to parents.
My twins love this book. We have 3 copies of it. The hardcover was let's say "vandalized" but really kids were being kids with it, so we have two of these soft cover books for bed time. They are 2 yo and make funny Ted faces all the time now.
We first encountered this book when my daughter checked it out from the library in first grade. We just fell in love with this story and the pictures. I purchased this book to give to my nephew and I am sure they will love it as much as we have.
SO I just grabbed this from my sons room and read it to write the review. It is a neat book about a little boy who gets in a lot of trouble with his imaginary friend since his father never has time for him, in the end it reveals that the boy's imaginary friend was the same as his father's, and the three of them have a fun time - great father son book.
The story is kind of depressing though. Ok for me as an adult, but I don't think I'd give this to my nephew to read.