My Book Corner has sifted through the plethora of Dad themed books to bring you the very best books for Father’s Day.
Father’s Day is on the 18th June 2017 for UK & United States, 3rd September for Australia.
We highly recommend these books – we’ve read them, shared them and enjoyed them.
Click to read the reviews to see what it is we adore about each one, along with our on line price comparison feature.
Dressing Up Dad from Maudie Smith & Paul Howard.
Acceptance, fun and family are the focus of this uplifting picture book, with sons and dads firmly at its core. A great read for Father’s Day.
Superhero Dad by Timothy Knapman & Joe Berger
A smile inducing celebration of dads and their sons. Just gorgeous!
I Love My Dad by Anna Walker
Anna Walker’s picture books contain an irresistible charm. Simple and delightful they are ideally suited for the youngest listeners.
Oh, Daddy! by Bob O’Shea
Simple and stylish, cute without being twee Oh, Daddy! as the title suggests, is particularly perfect for Father’s Day.
Me and My Dad by Sally Morgan & Ezekiel Kwaymullina
With a fine sprinkling of just a few words on each page, this one is perfect for the youngest reader.
My Dad is Brilliant by Nick Butterworth
My Dad is Brilliant is filled with the jovial humour and vibrancy typical of Nick Butterworth’s work
My Dad’s The Coolest by Rosie Smith & Bruce Whatley
With bold illustrations from the prolific illustrator Bruce Whatley My Dad’s The Coolest is an eye catching addition to our Father’s Day collection.
Some Dads… by Nick Bland
Some Dads… is an adorable picture book from an award winning author.
My Dad Thinks He’s Funny by Katrina Germein & Tom Jellet
Dad jokes. Know them? The ones that make your eyes roll and force you to emit a loud sigh?! Ensure Dad reads this one at bedtime!!
Every Friday by Dan Yaccarino
With a fun filled, 1950’s retro style vibe Every Friday is pure joy.
Sam and his Dad by Serge Bloch
From prolific children’s book writer Serge Bloch this picture book is a delight to read.
Molly and her Dad by Jan Ormerod
A heart warming story that celebrates the fact that not all family units are identical.
Danny The Champion of the World by Roald Dahl
The heart warming story of Danny and is adorable dad is a must. Showcasing Road Dahl’s wit and sensitivity this a superb read.
The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish by Neil Gaiman
Perfect for slightly older children due to the madcap storyline which is guaranteed to leave them giggling.