My Daddy Loves Me How Do I Know by James Zachary

My Daddy Loves Me How Do I Know

By James Zachary

Book App reviewed

Published on Jun 11, 2012 by James Zachary

Print Length: 33 Pages – Ages 4+

A little girls tells all the ways her daddy shows he loves her. From kissing her when she gets hurt to helping her brush her hair to making forts out of pillows on rainy days, daddy shows his love for his daughter.

The story is cute and it is good to have a story about a dad’s love for his kid. The story is told in rhyme which makes it fun to read. What I really liked about the book was the illustrations! They are a combination of black and white photos and colorful drawings. It was a really cool mix –

I really like how the colored drawings look when put with the black and white pictures. The book worked well as an app. The app didn’t have any additional features, but I didn’t think it needed it. This would be a great story for dad’s and their kids. 🙂 The book is available as an app or as an ebook.

I give “My Daddy Loves Me How Do I Know?” five out of five bookworms!

You can find the Apple iBook HERE amd the amazon eBook HERE.



Categories: Age 1-5

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12 replies

  1. Dad getting some attention in this book is such a great thing. Thanks for sharing this review.

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  2. Nice! The love between little girls and Daddies is very special!

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  3. Sweet! Good choice, Erik. I should write a book about how I know my mom loves me.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  4. Interesting how the combination of colour and black & white images works, isn’t it? That’s a nice idea.

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  5. Great topic & great review! I’m not very familiar with apps, but the image looks really neat! Thanks Erik & best of luck to Mr. Zachary.

    Paul R. Hewlett

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  6. Like the app. I like it when I see a book that doesn’t have a problem to solve — just is a lovely, feel good book. Love the artwork.

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