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Father's Day Blues: What Do You Do about Father's Day When All You Have Are Mothers?
Cheryl Blues has to write an essay about Father's Day, but since she doesn't live with her father, she consults her grandmother, her aunt, and her mother about fathers.
Published January 1st 1995 by Longmeadow Press
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Jul 05, 2010 J-Lynn rated it liked it
This book is a good reminder that not all children have fathers to celebrate on Father's Day. A little African American girl, Cheryl, is being raised by her mom, aunt, and granny, but her teacher asks her to write a composition titled, "My Daddy." She spends the book getting people's opinion about fathers and deciding whether she is missing something not having a dad in her life. At the ending of the book, Cheryl reads her essay about absent fathers.