Your dad Di Mireille D’Allancé takes care of it. Teddy bear wants to test his dad by asking him many questions: “what would you do if you fell into the water?”, “And if there were crocodiles in the water?” … But the father’s answers full of love and tenderness they will know how to reassure. From 4 years old. Babalibri.
Father Island By Émile Jadoul. “Will I be a good dad?” asks Gigi the bear. “A super dad can do this and that. He can swim and build, he can play football and do a lot of other things that I don’t know how to do! ” “But you will be an island dad where our puppy can rest, you will be a hut-dad to protect him from the wind and cold, you will be a horse-dad and you will accompany him on an adventure, you will be an airplane-dad to take him to the discovery of the world!” Betty, the bear reassures him. From 4 years old. Babalibri.
Father’s hands By Emile Jadoul. Even before a baby is born, dad’s hands are waiting for him; hands that cuddle, that welcome, hands that accompany, hands that help to grow. Until, one day or another, perhaps without warning, the moment arrives when the child leaves his father’s hands to take his first steps alone. From 3 years old. Babalibri.
Dad, will you get me the moon, please? By Eric Carle. Monica one night before going to sleep she sees the moon from the window, she would like to play with it or at least touch it, but she can’t. And then he asks his dad for help. From 3 years old. The Margherita.
The hippocampus, a special dad By Eric Carle. Sea horses or seahorses are different from all other fish, in fact, the parents not only do not abandon the eggs, but the care of the cubs is up to the fathers. From 3 years old. Mondadori.
In the arms of father by Jo Witek and illustrations by C. Roussey. A delicate story made in pictures of how a little girl sees her dad. From 3 years old. Gallucci Publisher.
Dad on the Moon By Adrien Albert. Maia’s father lives on the moon and the little girl occasionally visits him with the help of her mother who sets the spaceship in motion. From 4 years old. Babalibri.
What is a dad? By Olimpia Ruiz of Altamirano. An extraterrestrial arrives on earth and asks a child what dad is. Immediately the little one does not know how to answer and meanwhile the alien reveals that he is there to conquer the paineta. But here comes the father and, albeit unintentionally, defeats the extraterrestrial. That’s what dad is: a hero. CreateSpace Independent. From 3 years old.
My dad has a Di Olimpia Ruiz di Altamirano beard. A book to draw and complete that tells the adventures of a father’s beard around the world. CreateSpace Independent. From 3 years old.
The Daddy Box By Alain Le Saux. A small box that collects four books in which you find a lot of dads who do everything to entertain their children. Age of reading: from 1 year. Babalibri.
Pope! By Philippe Corentin. What happens if a child finds a monster cub in bed? Exactly what happens to a little monster who finds himself a baby man under the covers: for both of them fear will break out in the cry: «Dad! Pope! There’s a monster in my bed! ‘ An ironic and hilarious story that tells how, sometimes, changing your point of view is the best key to interpret the world around us. Since 3 years. Babalibri.
P for father By Isabel Minhós Martins, illustrations by Bernardo Carvalho. A dad is a very skilled quick-change person capable of passing, from one minute to the next, from guardian angel to perfect hiding place, from doctor to tunnel. Through the light-hearted and musical text of Isabel Martins, and the very elegant sign of Bernardo Carvalho, a sample portrait, affectionate and kind, of all the fathers who can live in a man. From 3 years old. Topipittori.
In bed, little monster By Mario Ramos. It is evening and the father has the task of putting his baby to bed … but any excuse is valid to postpone that moment and so the father keeps repeating “Aletto little monster”. But when the light goes out, who will be the monster? From 4 years old. Babalibri.
Rory the dinosaur and his dad By Liz Climo. My name is Rory. I love being with my dad, but today I want to go looking for an adventure of my own. I can’t wait to tell him how many things I can do … From 5 years old. Mondadori.
Dear Dad By Judi Abbot and, Joanna Walsh. A very special dad who feels like a thunderstorm when he snores, who always has a minute to play and who starts cooking in the morning. From 3 years old. North South.
My dad loves me! A book from the “First Tenderness” series to discover the feelings that bind a little one to his father. From 2 years old. Edicart editions.
Long-legged Dad By Jean Webster. A childhood classic. It tells the story of an orphan to whom a wealthy anonymous benefactor offers the opportunity to attend university. From 10 years old. Junior joints.
The Hilarious Mystery of Missing Dad By Neil Gaiman. This “disappeared” dad forgot to do a very specific thing his mother asked him (which happens in many families): buy milk for breakfast. To remedy it, he runs out … but then disappears. Until his return, after an exaggeratedly long time, he will tell of being kidnapped by aliens and having faced a series of adventures aboard a hot air balloon piloted by a stegosaurus, traveling back and forth in time, among pirates, natives of the jungle and vampires. In all of this, his only concern was of course not to lose milk. In front of the incredulous children, the father will show the evidence that confirms his version… From 10 years old. Oscar Mondadori.
Dad is on the Di Francesco D’Adamo tower. Nino is 12 years old when his father, not surprisingly called “Stonehead”, decides to climb the Tower, one of the chimneys of the factory where he works, to protest against its closure. Everything seems hopeless until Nino’s best friend, Goffy, reveals to him that he has received a message from the Aliens: “It will all work out, they will come to bring Peace, Work & Freedom”. There is only one problem: before acting, they want to meet them at the old Petrochemical, a tangle of abandoned pipes and chimneys that can only be reached by river. Thus begins a journey full of unexpected events, such as the fact that Cassandra Vu, with whom Nino is secretly in love, joins them. Along the Black River, the three friends will live a magical and mysterious adventure, which will make them grow and will lead them, in a succession of twists, towards a surprise ending. For 10 years. Joints.
My Dad Can Fly By David Almond. Since Mom is gone Lizzie has to take care of her dad. When the Great Flight Race is banned, the father cannot resist, it is a perfect opportunity for him who has just built two wonderful wings with colored scraps of fabric and paper. Lizzie tries to dissuade him, but then realizes how important it is to try to fly and decides to participate in the race with him. The two won’t be able to cross the river, but they will learn something much more important. From 10 years old. Salani.