Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Daddy Honk Honk Review and Giveaway

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Right now, Sunny is loving books with animals, so when Penguin Books offered to send us a copy of a new book from Rosalinde Bonnet, called Daddy Honk Honk, we were thrilled.  The book did not disappoint. It's the story of how a tiny little gosling adopts an unknowing fox as its daddy. As a parent in a blended (and pending adoption family) this book really hits home because it teaches children that the meaning of family can be unconventional, surprising, and not genetically tied.
 
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Daddy Honk Honk via Penguin Books.
 
Aput the fox find an egg that has been abandoned. To his surprise, it hatches and a darling little gosling pops out. Throughout the book, the little gosling says "Daddy honk honk" numerous times.  This is my daughter's favorite part and she likes to "read" the part of the gosling.  As the pages turn, Aput learns from the other animals what he needs to do to be a good dad. At the end, readers can see Aput following his fatherly instincts and taking care of his baby.  I'm not going to lie.... The ending brought me to tears.

 
Father's Day is coming next month and this book would be a delightful gift for the father in your life to read with their little ones.
 
And here's a bonus! Penguin Books is going to send one of you an amazing Daddy Honk Honk package that includes:
1 set of four magnets
1 button
4 prints (2x9”)
1 deluxe print (2x9”)
1 book


To enter, use the Rafflecopter entry below.  Contest is limited to U.S. only. Entries close on May 15th at 12 am. Winner will be announced by midnight on May 17th.


 



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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Daddy Honk Honk via Penguin Books. All opinions are mine. The received a copy of Daddy Honk Honk in exchange for an honest review. Giveaway items are supplied by publisher.

12 comments:

maryanne @ mama smiles said...

My dad is an amazing read-out-loud-er, and I think he's the main reason I love books and stories. DH is a pretty awesome dad, too.

San. M. said...

My husband is really supportive of our kids and a great dad.

Vera Khule said...

My Dad was amazing - I miss him every day.

Danielle Lindquist said...

My dad was a super important person to me, he passed away in July of 2008. I never in a million years realized just how hard it would be to deal with the loss of a parent.

MichelleCat said...

Hmmmm tough question and answer... Okay, my daycare provider's son is like a father figure to all the children in the daycare. I have been taking my kids there for 11 years (my eldest is 11) and all the kids there through the years respect him and listen to him.

Brooke Rose said...

My babies daddy is so wonderful and takes great care of us all!

Amy Deeter said...

My dad lives a state away from us , but always comes to see us every other weekend. He is a single father who works full time and always makes time for us

Amy Malone said...

my soon to be hubby....he took in 3 sons that aren't his and made them his. My kids were going in the wrong direction. Instead of fighting with them he showed me the right path and we have been one happy big family.

lkw1974 said...

My dad rocks!!! He is important and I love him!

Elicia P said...

My dad, he was a important person in my life. I learned a lot from him and I still had a lot to learn. Sadly, he was taken too early.

Pamela Sloss said...

My dad is important. Retires law enforcement officer, retired city personnel director and still a 911 dispatcher. Loved And respected by many!

Jennifer Dunkelmann-Hon said...

my husband is a great dad to our daughter

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