Book Review – Paddy And His Disappearing Daddy by Elise Lowe #BookReview #BookBlogger #childrensbook

A beautiful children’s book which taught practical things to a child whose daddy had to leave home every day in the morning.

Paddy and his daddy leprechaun spent their time going out and playing mischief on humans. Paddy was then left home, and his daddy went out alone. That hurt him as he did not understand why his daddy had to leave him everyday

His mother took Paddy and both followed daddy leprechaun, and they learned the truth of how his dad worked hard to provide for his family.

This was a fabulous picture book with bright colors and clear drawings which captured my heart. Pictures say a thousand words, so every picture in this book would explain to the children easily the concept of a job and to earn a living. That would reduce the separation anxiety in a child knowing that the father would come back to him after the job.

A lovely book by author Elise Lowe

I received an ARC from NetGalley and publisher, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!!

All my reviews can be read here

After her little boy became distraught each time his dad left for the office, Elise Lowe created the story of the little leprechaun Paddy and his disappearing daddy. Paddy’s eye-opening adventure, in which he secretly follows his dad to work and subsequently watches him spend his wage, is designed to help young children grasp the concept of earning a living and reduce any anxiety associated with their parents leaving for work.

Publication Date: 23rd July 2018

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