I Want My Daddy

I Want My Daddy

Whenever something goes wrong as a little mouse builds a toy castle and plays knight, he knows he can call on his father for help and support.

Author: Tracey Corderoy

Publisher: Tiger Tales.

ISBN: 1589251776

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 892

Whenever something goes wrong as a little mouse builds a toy castle and plays knight, he knows he can call on his father for help and support.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

I Want to Hug My Daddy

I Want to Hug My Daddy

We finally arrived. at the lease and. went to look jFor Daddy. There were av lot of
people and it seemed like everylhocly was crying. Except for us kids.r we started
to play. I was playing too until I heard my Daddy. I started running to see him.

Author: Karen Vonstein

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781456745332

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 20

View: 966

This book is about the experiences my granddaughter experienced when her dad was deployed to Iraq. He was deployed in Iraq for a year. While he was gone we wanted to make the transition for Jillian as easy as possible.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Million Reasons Why I Love My Daddy

Million Reasons Why I Love My Daddy

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Author: Rachel Papa

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798608344879

Category:

Page: 122

View: 628

Are you looking for an interesting and unforgettable gift? Then it is definitely for you.Do you want to see more product offers or need a different interior format? Just click on our brand "Rachel Papa" to find the rest of our products! This notebook, 6" x 9", 120 lined pages is perfect for those who want to write down their everyday goals, great for taking notes, grate for self - motivation, as a diary for collecting ideas and save memories. Product Details: Wide ruled, lined paper 6" x 9" (15,24 cm x 22,86 cm) 120 pages White paper Matte Cover Printed on High Quality, Bright White paper If you want purchase this topnotch journal, then scroll up; click the Add to Cart button
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What Cloud Is My Daddy In

What Cloud Is My Daddy In

*Children do need to be reassured that despite your grief and sadness, you are
able and willing to continue to care for them and provide a safe environment. It is
perfectly okay to read through this book as you would any other book. It may also
 ...

Author: Kim Vesey

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781973679257

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 40

View: 369

Experiencing loss, whether sudden or expected, is extremely challenging at any age. Since children often do not have friends who have had a similar experience, they may find this to be a scary, overwhelming and lonely time. A little turtle loves doing fun things with Daddy, including playing golf together. Suddenly the turtle’s world is turned upside down when Dad falls ill and goes to the hospital. When the turtle’s mother says, “Daddy has gone to heaven to live with God”, the turtle must somehow learn to live without him. The turtle misses Daddy so much. While the little turtle wonders if Dad is living in a cloud, family members and friends help lead the turtle through many feelings during the first year following the dad’s death. Through this experience, the young turtle learns that it is okay to cry, laugh and be happy, as well as to forever love Daddy! In this beautifully illustrated and touching tale, a young turtle learns how to deal with loss and grief after the turtle’s father suddenly dies. The turtle is left believing Dad is watching and sending love from his heavenly cloud. This book provides numerous recommendations for adults supporting the grieving child. These include suggestions for honoring memories, creating tangible remembrances, and working through shared grief in a gentle and supportive way.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Thirty Days with My Father

Thirty Days with My Father

I ask my father. “Whatever you want to do,” he says. I want my father to open
presents with us this year, and I want him to spend time with me. I want us to
watch movies together on the projector he bought. I want to go to the VA hospital
with him ...

Author: Christal Presley

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780757316470

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 264

View: 331

When Christal Presley's father was eighteen, he was drafted to Vietnam. Like many men of that era who returned home with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), he was never the same. Christal's father spent much of her childhood locked in his room, gravitating between the deepest depression and unspeakable rage, unable to participate in holidays or birthdays. At a very young age, Christal learned to walk on eggshells, doing anything and everything not to provoke him, but this dance caused her to become a profoundly disturbed little girl. She acted out at school, engaged in self-mutilation, and couldn't make friends. At the age of eighteen, Christal left home and didn't look back. She barely spoke to her father for the next thirteen years. To any outsider, Christal appeared to be doing well: she earned a BA and a master's, got married, and traveled to India. But despite all these accomplishments, Christal still hadn't faced her biggest challenge—her relationship with her father. In 2009, something changed. Christal decided it was time to begin the healing process, and she extended an olive branch. She came up with what she called "The Thirty Day Project," a month's worth of conversations during which she would finally ask her father difficult questions about Vietnam. Thirty Days with My Father is a gritty yet heartwarming story of those thirty days of a daughter and father reconnecting in a way that will inspire us all to seek the truth, even from life's most difficult relationships. This beautifully realized memoir shares how one woman and her father discovered profound lessons about their own strength and will to survive, shedding an inspiring light on generational PTSD.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

In My Father S House

In My Father   S House

“I am afraid of moving away from our friends and I love my house. I don't much
like the men that have been coming to see me, but we could stay here and not do
that stuff. My mommy says we can't do it when my daddy comes home. I don't ...

Author: Monica Waters

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781462025312

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 392

View: 723

In this true tale, Molly, now a grandmother in her seventies, tells the story of her real-life experiences in the sex trade in a series of graphic and lurid flash-backs. As the tranquil world of this mature and seemingly well-balanced woman is suddenly shattered by unexpected outbursts of bizarre and debilitating behavior, Mollys daughter, Carin, is totally bewildered by her mother's strange antics. Carin has always had a good relationship with her mother, but knows nothing of Mollys past. Mollys friends are equally confused, but little by little, her story becomes clear: how Molly became enamored of the sex trade and how that lifestyle was deeply ingrained in her personality. Her journey into darkness is long and arduous. Exposed to sex far too soon because of her mothers poor influence and bad example, Molly grew up around sex workers who groomed her for the life. Patrons exploited and abused her. When her father returned from his service in World War II, she hoped that he would help her off the path she had takenonly to have her dreams shattered. Instead of protecting her, he took advantage of her youth and promiscuity for his own financial gain. Molly is forced to do the unthinkable to gain control of her life. Told from the perspective of a survivor looking back and recovering from her experiences, In My Fathers House offers a unique and heartrending view of a girl growing up in the shadows of the sex trade.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Daddy s Money

Daddy   s Money

Dad has issued me a strict warning about this: When a field of rice has grown to
its mature height—as tall as my six-foot ... I don't want to be left in the coming dark
, abandoned to this lock-step army of rice; I want even less to face my father.

Author: Jo McDougall

Publisher: University of Arkansas Press

ISBN: 9781610754835

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 169

View: 245

Jo McDougall brings a poet's sensibility to memoir. Recounting five generations of Delta rice farmers, through family archives and oral histories, she traces how the clan made their way into the fabric of America, beginning with her Belgian-immigrant grandfather, a pioneer rice farmer on the Arkansas Delta at the turn of the twentieth century. As John Grisham has for a 1950s Arkansas cotton farm, McDougall illuminates an Arkansas rice farm in the 1930s and 1940s. The Garot family's acreage near DeWitt and the town itself provide the stage for McDougall's wry, compelling, and layered account of the day-to-day of rice growing on the farm that her father inherited. In that setting she discovers a rich "universe of words" in the Great Depression, comes of age during World War II, and finds her way alongside "that whole quirky, compelling cast of characters" that comprised her kin. In this conflicted, ironic, southern-but-universal account of betrayal, heartbreak, loss, and joy, "the vagaries and the grace" of the land join forces with the power of money as family bonds are both forged and dissolved. Deeply felt, unsentimental, and often humorous,Daddy's Money presents McDougall's life and the lives of her relatives in the way that all our lives are eventually framed-as stories. "When all else is lost," the author maintains, "the stories remain."
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Dear Daddy

Dear Daddy

As I laid there in that jail cell, I tried to figure out what was wrong with me, my own
daddy didn't love me or want me in his life, my son's father had left me and
married my friend, and now my husband was beating me. Before I got married I ...

Author: Ebony Tuff

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595348459

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 96

View: 310

It doesn't matter what age a woman reaches the desire to be daddy's little girl never seems to die; maybe it's because in every woman that little girl will always be alive. This book is an open letter written by a little girl that grew up without her daddy in her life. Now as a woman she's crying out to him with so many questions that she believes only her daddy can answer, answers that she believes hold the key to discovering who she is and the purpose that her life will serve. Whether young or old, male or female there is a message on one of theses pages for everyone reading this open letter. You see God determined who the readers would be long before this letter was even written. It is not by chance that you are holding this open letter in your hand, your steps have been ordered, you have been chosen for greatness. This open letter will take you on a journey, a journey that will lead you to your true destiny. The wonderful life that you were created for. This is your moment in time, this is your season, don't let it pass you by.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Cancer MY Daddy

Cancer   MY Daddy

We all wrote notes saying everything we wanted to tell my Daddy. We put all the
stuff we wanted him to have in little plastic bags, like filling Christmas stockings. I
put in a lock of my hair (my Daddy always liked “little Angel love bug's” curls) and
 ...

Author: Brent Atwater

Publisher: Brent Atwater

ISBN: 9781452489278

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page:

View: 515

Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

I Love My Daddy

I Love My Daddy

Daddy , you know about everything ! When I grow up I want to be just like you ! " “
Goodnight , Peanut , ” Daddy said . “ I love you . " I love my daddy and my daddy
loves me . That ' s the way God planned it to be . را کے rracuy B BOX SED BE ...

Author: Scharlotte Rich

Publisher: Zonderkidz

ISBN: 031070104X

Category: Christian life

Page: 96

View: 945

A collection of stories that explores the picture of God as Father through the loving parent-child bond.
Categories: Christian life

My Daddy is a Marine

My Daddy is a Marine

My mother did not want my father to go but it was very important as a Marine to go
and help his brothers in arms fight this war. Little did my daddy know that he was
going to a place called Khe Sanh. Shortly after he arrived there the communists ...

Author:

Publisher: Stark Productions Inc

ISBN: 9781936592944

Category:

Page:

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I Love My Daddy Regardless of What You Say

I Love My Daddy Regardless of What You Say

This book is to convey that the Father's love is very important and vital in so many kids life. We want to help kids with positive messages and thoughts for their Father, Regardless of what anyone says!

Author: Monique Trice

Publisher:

ISBN: 0578494450

Category:

Page:

View: 181

This book is to convey that the Father's love is very important and vital in so many kids life. We want to help kids with positive messages and thoughts for their Father, Regardless of what anyone says!
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Daddy I m the Man You Could Have Been

Daddy  I m the Man You Could Have Been

My dad always wore shades, even at night. To me, he was ... Parents always
want to be proud of their kids, but kids want to be proud of their parents. Kids look
up ... It's crazy, because all the things my dad said he wanted, I wanted too. I don't
 ...

Author: Kevin W. Holmes

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781456893965

Category: Self-Help

Page:

View: 836

Categories: Self-Help

My Father s Paradise

My Father s Paradise

I! Want! To go! To a restaurant! Why! Can't! We just go!” I glared at my father in
his sleeveless undershirt, his face a grotesque of sweat-streaked agitation. “It's a
waste of money, Ariel,” he said. “Please. We have delicious chicken and rice in ...

Author: Ariel Sabar

Publisher: Algonquin Books

ISBN: 9781565129962

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 369

View: 755

National Book Critics Circle Award Winner for Autobiography: “A powerful story of the meaning of family and tradition inside a little-known culture” (San Francisco Chronicle). In a remote corner of the world, forgotten for nearly three thousand years, lived an enclave of Kurdish Jews so isolated that they still spoke Aramaic, the language of Jesus. Mostly illiterate, they were self-made mystics, gifted storytellers, and humble peddlers who dwelt in harmony with their Muslim and Christian neighbors in the mountains of northern Iraq. To these descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel, Yona Sabar was born. Yona’s son, Ariel, grew up in Los Angeles, where Yona had become an esteemed professor, dedicating his career to preserving his people’s traditions. Ariel wanted nothing to do with his father’s strange immigrant heritage—until he had a son of his own. Ariel Sabar brings to life the ancient town of Zakho, discovering his family’s place in the sweeping saga of Middle Eastern history. This powerful book is an improbable story of tolerance and hope set in what today is the very center of the world’s attention. “Graceful and resonant . . . A personal undertaking for a son who admits he never understood his unassuming, penny-pinching immigrant father.” —The New York Times Book Review “Sabar’s family history turns out to be more than the chronicle of one man’s efforts to retain something of his homeland in new surroundings. It’s also a moving story about the near-death of an ancient language and the tiny flicker of life that remains in it.” —The Washington Post Book World “One of the best recent memoirs I’ve read.” —The Huffington Post
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

I Played Monopoly with My Daddy

I Played Monopoly with My Daddy

First, my Dad asked my sister Destini to write the book with him. She was the first
one he played MONOF'OLY with, but she said she wasn't ready yet. A few months
later, he asked again and she said that she really didn't want to write it.

Author: Faith Scriven

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595497751

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

View: 297

With the help of her Daddy, Faith shares with us how she went from playing the popular board game to playing a real-life Monopoly game and buying her first investment house. She teaches us the difference between assets and liabilities, and tells all about how she came to own her first business, DFS Enterprises with her sister, Destini (age 8), and her brother Sam (age 5). Faith also explains the importance of making good decisions and being responsible with money. From the Introduction by Dr. Tricia Edwards Scriven
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

My Daddy is a Giant

My Daddy is a Giant

Carl Norac. Clarion Books □ New York Thl s One CA5B-10T-LK1A My daddy is a
giant. When I want to cuddle. My Daaay Is A GIANT by Carl ISlorac Illustrated by
Ingrid G o don.

Author: Carl Norac

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780618443994

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 29

View: 240

A little boy's father seems so large to him that he needs a ladder to cuddle him and birds nest in his father's hair.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

The Good Father

The Good Father

I could never forgetthe look of my dad that day. Today, I am giventhis opportunity
to pay tribute to my dad through this essay I want to tell him how his unfailing love
have affected me.I want to tell my dad because of his faithin me, I want to be a ...

Author: Various

Publisher: Tuber Productions Pte Ltd

ISBN: 9789810724184

Category:

Page: 92

View: 872

“Offenders face an uphill struggle to make good and be accepted back into society. It is hoped that the publication of these essays will demonstrate that they share the same anxieties, aspirations, joys and sorrows just like everyone else…” - Jeffrey ES Beh, Chairman, SACA The Good Father collects short stories by ex-inmates centered around fathers and sons. These essays are a selection from the 2010 and 2011 Essay Writing Competition, held by the Singapore After-care Association (SACA) at the Prison School. At once deeply personal yet universal in appeal, each story is a vignette of regret, hope, pain, and gratefulness. Each piece comes with a stirring illustration in a raw and compelling style by artist Chuan. Started in 2010, the Essay Writing Competition is a platform to encourage student-prisoners to write creatively, engage in social-emotional learning, and reach out to their family members during their rehabilitation journey. It provides a means for these student-prisoners to voice sentiments difficult to express in daily prison life: their hopes, dreams, regrets and fears, encased in stories from both real life and imagination. Though held at the Prison School, the competition is open to all inmates, guided by the principle that every participant can succeed. Two categories exist: Open and Amateur, with the latter for participants holding GCE “N” Levels or lower. Prizes are awarded to the best essays in each category, in the form of NTUC vouchers distributed on the winner’s behalf to his family. Besides forging family bonds, it will also help ease a little of the financial difficulties that many families face when their breadwinner is locked up. Writers in The Good Father are generally Singaporean male, serving sentences of up to 10 years. Some, perhaps, even longer. Though identities cannot be revealed, the book is a powerful testimony to the struggles faced by inmates and ex-offenders—and their need to be loved, embraced and accepted just like the rest of us. The Good Father is published by Tuber Productions, with support from the Lee Foundation, the Prison Education Branch (Singapore Prison Service), Dads for Life (MCYS), and The Patatas. The digital edition is sponsored and powered by Tusitala Books. Find out more at http://on.fb.me/thegoodfather
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My Father s Daughter

My Father s Daughter

bachelor father. Buttoning my coat was a challenge, and he'd literally break out in
a sweat putting my gloves on; the fingers never seemed to match up. ... “No,
Daddy, I want it now!” My ... It wasn't that tough a sell, as my father loved slapstick.

Author: Tina Sinatra

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781439142172

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 144

A startling, compelling, yet affectionate portrait of an American entertainment legend by his youngest daughter, who for the first time writes about the man, his life, the accusations, and about the many people who surrounded him -- wives, friends, lovers, users, and sycophants -- from his Hoboken childhood through the notorious "Rat Pack," and beyond. Complete with many never before seen photographs taken directly from family albums, and placing special emphasis on his later years and his marriage to Barbara Marx Sinatra, Tina's personal exploration of this difficult final period in her father's career will solidify our image of Sinatra as a great performer and reinforce him as something even greater: as a father, and as man.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Loving My Father

Loving My Father

I visited dad alone after he saw Ricky. During that visit, he privately asked me to
look after mom. He said, “I know that you and your mom haven't seen eye to eye,
but I need you to promise me that when the day comes, you will take care of her ...

Author: Charisse Feliberti

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781312453029

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 146

View: 884

There is a message in his story that needs to be heard. It needs to be told. It needs to be put into words. Dad was an inspiration in my life. He taught me right from wrong. He taught me to be myself. He taught me to not conform to the world. He taught me to have my own voice. But most of all, he taught me about love, the kind that is unconditional, the kind that is everlasting.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Three Days with Daddy

Three Days with Daddy

This is also my apology to those who I didn't mention in this book. I had a great
number of influential people in my life, and shared great moments with them, but I
wanted this book to revolve mainly around my father and me. I have had quite a ...

Author: Brad Hubin

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595377824

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 84

View: 163

"In Three Days with Daddy, we discover how deep the loss of a parent can be for a child. Come explore how a son, Brad, would live his life if he were given the great gift of 3 days with his deceased father, Quinton..."-back cover.
Categories: Family & Relationships