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Days With Dad por Nari Hong
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Days With Dad (edição 2017)

por Nari Hong (Ilustrador)

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Her dad can't walk. But she doesn't care about what he can't do, what she loves is what they do together! Based on experiences from author Nari Hong's own childhood,Days With Dad is a heartwarming story of love and appreciation between a young girl and her dad, who uses a wheelchair. Narrated by the daughter, the story follows an ongoing conversation between the two about the father's regret over what he is unable to do with his daughter because of his reliance on a wheelchair. But his daughter makes it clear that there's nothing to feel badly about. Whether they're sitting on the beach building a sandcastle or drinking hot cocoa and watching the rain, what she loves are the things they can do together.… (mais)
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Dad can’t do some things, yet there’s tons of things he CAN do. And the protagonist doesn’t mind – she loves what her dad can do! She would rather go ice fishing than ice skating anyway. At the end of the book, the illustrations reveal that dad uses a wheelchair. This explains the preceding pages of the book and adds a layer of meaning. After all, dad’s activities might just be preferences! I like that dad wasn’t shown using his wheelchair the whole time. It shows that disability is more nuanced than the mobility tools that are often used as its signifier. I appreciate that this book is a story that includes disability rather than educating or exhibiting disability. The illustrations are lovely and sweet with light colored pencil. ( )
  lydsmith | Mar 4, 2020 |
This was a sweet book about the relationship between a daughter and her father who is wheel chair bound. The illustration had a crayon type effect that was only on parts of a page. It was interesting and different than most children’s books, so that stood out to me. It’s written from the little girls perspective. Her father continually apologizes for all the things he can’t do. Her response is always positive stating what she prefers to be doing instead of the things he’s apologizing for. I would use this book in a lesson about people who are disabled, wheel chair bound or to show how there are many outlooks on life. Specifically, relating it to the lesson that was taught in this book. ( )
  krichard | Feb 19, 2020 |
Days With Dad is by Nari Hong is about a little girl and her days spent with her Dad who is in a wheelchair. The Dad is always apologizing for things that he can't do with his daughter, but she doesn't mind. The daughter just enjoys spending time with her dad. She talks about all the things that they do together and everything that her Dad is good at. She is very proud of her Dad.

I really enjoyed this book because its like one I've never read before. I love how the little girl is so proud of her Dad and isn't bothered by all the things that they can't do. ( )
  JHemstad | Oct 29, 2019 |
This book was a very touching story about a dad who was never able to walk, since he was a baby and he has a daughter now. The dad in this story often says “I’m Sorry” to his daughter because there is a lot of things that he cannot do with her like most dads can. The daughter is fine with it and always says that’s okay I enjoy doing this with you, which are the things that he can do with her. Even though the dad is handicapped in the book and cannot do some things, there is still a lot of things he can do. I love the illustrations in this book because it looks like a kid drew and colored them. The daughter still has fun with her dad, and I love how she is happy just be able to spend time with him. I think this is a great book to read to children because I feel like there is something to be learned from this book, that even though the dad cannot do everything, that’s not the most important thing, it is spending time with one another. ( )
  nmhoward | Oct 28, 2019 |
This was so sweet. The entire book is in the layout of "Sorry I can't ____" and then the daughter says "it's okay, I'd much rather _____" (and it's always something she CAN do with her Dad. It's like it takes the negative of what some people might thing and matches it with a plus side of all the situations. I loved this book. It made my heart warm. I would definitely keep this in mind for my library, and would especially LOVE to read this if a student or parent of a student in my classroom was physically disabled like the man in the wheelchair. ( )
  mavaugh2 | Oct 22, 2019 |
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Her dad can't walk. But she doesn't care about what he can't do, what she loves is what they do together! Based on experiences from author Nari Hong's own childhood,Days With Dad is a heartwarming story of love and appreciation between a young girl and her dad, who uses a wheelchair. Narrated by the daughter, the story follows an ongoing conversation between the two about the father's regret over what he is unable to do with his daughter because of his reliance on a wheelchair. But his daughter makes it clear that there's nothing to feel badly about. Whether they're sitting on the beach building a sandcastle or drinking hot cocoa and watching the rain, what she loves are the things they can do together.

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