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Happy Father's Day 2019 from Family Reading

Happy Father's Day (on Sunday) to those who celebrate! Here are some articles, books, and links to make Dad (and Pop and Papi and Granddad and all others of any gender who hold that place in a child's life) feel loved and appreciated.

"Picture Books for Father's Day." From our brand-new-and-improved Horn Book Guide Online. May we suggest a gift subscription? ;)

Five Questions for Isabel Quintero and Zeke Peña about My Papi Has a Motorcycle. From The Horn Book's Summer Reading list — download your free PDF today!

"Lift Every Voice: Dreams Never Realized" by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson. From the May/June 2019 Horn Book Magazine: Special Issue: Coretta Scott King Book Awards at 50.

"Five Gay Picture-Book Prodigies and the Difference They've Made" by Barbara Bader. From the March/April 2015 Horn Book Magazine.

"Picture Books for Father's Day 2019." From June 2019 Notes from the Horn Book.

For more, click the Father's Day tag.

Elissa Gershowitz

Elissa Gershowitz is executive editor of The Horn Book, Inc. She holds an MA from the Center for the Study of Children's Literature at Simmons University and a BA from Oberlin College.

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