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Father's Day Blues: What Do You Do about Father's Day When All You Have Are Mothers?

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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.
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Published January 1st 1995 by Longmeadow Press
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J-Lynn
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.
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