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A father and son discuss the variety of outlandish items they might have if not for the other in this funny and heartfelt look at the appreciation we have for our families.There are tons of things a parent or child could have, if they didnt have each other A dad may be able to have a sleek sports car, and a son could have candy for every meal But if to have those things, they wouldnt have each otherwell, theyd rather have their family instead Kids and parents alike will find the humor in all the outlandish things they could have, but also the tenderness of knowing they have exactly what they need with each other....

Title : If I Didn't Have You
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ISBN : 1416978798
Format Type : Hardcover
Language : English
Publisher : Simon Schuster Books for Young Readers April 10, 2018
Number of Pages : 32 pages
File Size : 686 KB
Status : Available For Download
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If I Didn't Have You Reviews

  • Stacie Theis
    2019-02-20 16:47

    If I Didn't Have You is the perfect blend of humor and love. This heartwarming tale depicts the incredible bond between a father and son in a fun and lighthearted way. Young readers will be drawn to the brightly colored and exquisitely detailed illustrations and eagerly absorbed everything each page has to offer. The back and forth banter between father and son is priceless and little ones will get a kick out of Mike's crazy ideas. If I Didn't Have You is wonderfully written and certain to become a fast favorite with children and parents alike. I highly recommend picking up a copy.

  • GMR
    2019-02-17 17:33

    Once upon a time, there was only a she and a he...until their love created a wee, one that is...and things changed; whether for the better or for the worst is all a matter of perspective, though there's no doubt in this dad's mind that he got the better end of the deal. The story goes on to explore all the fun that could be had by both dad (as a non-dad) and son if one or the other wasn't in the picture. We've got dreams of butler-ed living, all the candy one could eat, and no one to make you brush your teeth, versus striped sports cars, sky-diving, and rock star dreams...but in the end, it's clear to all that the dream of all dreams is the one they are living, as a family. At least, until mom comes home to a mess...uh-oh!

  • L
    2019-01-29 16:55

    This is a really sweet book, based on such a simple concept - what would life be like if we didn't have one another? In this case, a father and his son, Mike, ponder the possibilities. I love the examples - Mike would eat candy all day if his dad wasn't around. Dad would take a trip around the world in a hot-air balloon. So relatable to both kids and adults! Of course, in the end, they know what's most important.