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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Dads are amazing, aren't they? My Daddy and Me by Zara Tairu is a beautiful book that captures the father and daughter bonding, love, and relationship. The little girl in the story loves everything about her Daddy, his smile, his hair, and his gentle touch. She loves him more than anything in her life. Her father brings her so much joy by taking her out, buying her treats, and giving her sweets. The little girl plays with his goatee and her father calls her 'sugar bear'. A smile on his face makes her feel good and he encourages her, telling her she is a shining star. Her father is her hero and they both always have wonderful moments when they are together.
This book will help readers to enjoy and appreciate the beautiful love and bonding shared between the little girl and her daddy. The father and daughter bonding in the book is delightful and is relatable and palpable to readers. Aneeza Ashraf brings the concept alive with her colorful and adorable illustrations, making the moments shared between the daddy and the little girl memorable. It is a good bedtime storytelling book for all fathers to read out to their daughters and can be used in classrooms and school libraries for reading aloud sessions. The story is based on the author's personal experiences with her father and that makes the book real and tangible to all readers who love their fathers and share a special bond with them.