Free eBook Daddy Is a Monster...Sometimes download
by John Steptoe
Author: John Steptoe
Publisher: Trophy Pr; Reprint edition (June 1, 1983)
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Size MP3: 1167 mb
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I like his book Daddy Is a Monster Sometimes The characters in this story often view each other as monsters. Steptoe's illustrations beautifully show the transformation of these characters from person into monster
I like his book Daddy Is a Monster Sometimes. I am from the monster generation. This book takes me back to my childhood days. Monsters would transform into their evil selves on television. I grew up in the late seventies in the city of Philadelphia. The characters in this story often view each other as monsters. Steptoe's illustrations beautifully show the transformation of these characters from person into monster. When the children misbehave, which is quite often, daddy has to get tough with them. They have a way of bringing the monster in him out.
Sometimes by John Steptoe.
illustrated by John Steptoe.
Bweela and Javaka talk about their father's way of turning into a scary monster-for example when someone is messy or makes too much noise. There's love underneath it all. Low-key earthy tones (and) an art deco-like electrified-looking chatter of lines describes the faces and the world of father and children. A Reading Rainbow Selection.
Library:ADCLP/Daddy is a Monster. Bweela and Javaka relate the incidents that make Daddy a monster in their eyes. Sometimes, Steptoe, John. Family life, Fathers, Fiction, Monsters.
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John Lewis Steptoe was the first prolific African-American .
John Lewis Steptoe was the first prolific African-American author and illustrator of children's books. His books were written about African-American children, allowing them to identify with characters and environments that previous children's stories ignored. Steptoe was born in 1950; his parents, John Oliver and Elesteen Hill Steptoe, raised him in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York. Sometimes(Lippincott 1980), Steptoe used his relationship with his children as the basis for a story discussing parental mood-swings and how these emotional shifts are perceived by children.
Daddy is a Trooper, he's many miles away Go to sleep and don't you weep, while mother kneels to pray Daddy is a Trooper, Oh Lord be with him now Shine. Normal - Content that is suitable for ages 16 and over.