Time Together: Me and Dad by Maria Catherine Book Review

Do you have any memories you would like to share of time spent with you and your Dad? For me, personally, my most prominent memory as a child was reading with my Dad.  I contribute my love for books because of how often he read with me and I am grateful for those memories.

My memories of my childhood did not revolve around what my parents did or did not gave me, but instead, what they did with me. I believe Time Together: Me and Dad may be a great reminder of just how simple time together with your child can be and how important the little things truly are in the eyes of a child.

What about you? What childhood memories really stand out with your father?

Time Together: Me and Dad Book Summary

Every day moments between a father and a child are captured in this sweet book. From quiet talking time to favorite song time, these small moments create lasting memories.

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Time Together: Me and Dad Book Review

Time Together: Me and Dad is a sweet little book full of many ideas for Dad’s and their child. With simple phrases such as “quiet talking” and “bear hugs”, you will be bound to find many different simple (yet meaningful) things to do with your child that require little financial output with the biggest rewards.

Spending time with your child doesn’t have to be complicated and Time Together: Me and Dadproves just that with a simple and enjoyable story.

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4 Comments

  1. Wendy says

    It’s so great that now the ‘parents awareness’ topic is obviously growing! That’s timelss and very precious.

  2. Ashley says

    The powerful illustrations in this book almost render the words unnecessary, though their simple structure elevates the simplicity from quaint to touching. Children will easily relate to these rambunctious and chipper kids and their exciting partners in crime: their dads.

    Diverse and open to interpretation, this is a wonderful selection.

  3. Betty says

    Time spent together with your children is a diamond. It allows not to lose oneself ‘inner child’, staying playful, spontaneous and joyful no matter what.

  4. Sara says

    I’ll definitely buy this one for our daughter.

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