Dance Me, Daddy - eBook  -     By: Cindy Morgan
    Illustrated By: Philomena O'Neill
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Dance Me, Daddy - eBook

Illustrated By: Philomena O'Neill
Zonderkidz / 2009 / ePub

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Zonderkidz
Publication Date: 2009
ISBN: 9780310868095
ISBN-13: 9780310868095
UPC: 025986868093
Availability: In Stock
Ages: 4-7

Publisher's Description

“If I am your princess, then you are king of the world.” Singer and songwriter Cindy Morgan celebrates the love God blesses between a girl and her father in this picture book that families will treasure from childhood to wedding day. Includes a CD of the song King of the World performed by Point of Grace and author Cindy Morgan reading the book.

Author Bio

Cindy Morgan is a wife, mother, and singer/songwriter. She has recorded eight records, had twenty number-one songs, and has won nine Dove Awards over her career, including her most recent Dove Awards for 2008 Songwriter of the Year and 2008 Country Song of the Year for "How You Live," the song she wrote for Point of Grace. Cindy; her husband, novelist Sigmund Brouwer; and their two daughters, Olivia and Savannah, divide their time between homes in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, and Nashville, Tennessee.


If you are familiar with the Point of Grace recording of "King of the World," about the love a little girl has for her daddy, you will notice a purposeful parallel to the children's picture book Dance Me, Daddy by Cindy Morgan. In fact, a CD with the Point of Grace recording is included with the book.

The narrative is written very much like extended rhyming song lyrics, telling of a little girl having continuous fun with her daddy. She steps on his feet and lets him dance and twirl her. Together they play tea party, tag, and board games. All too soon the little girl becomes a middle schooler, and Dad has to serve the refreshments during sleepovers and pajama parties. Nevertheless, he finds time to help her with homework, and they still find time to dance, even if just in private. Ultimately, the girl grows up, falls in love, and gets married, and at the wedding, Dad gets one final time to hear his daughter say, "Dance me, Daddy."

Although this book does not quote Scripture, it underscores biblical tenets of family nurturing, parental love, and training up a child in the way she should go. It's a cute, heart-tugging story that adults will relate to even more than the 4- to 7-year-olds at which the book is targeted. The illustrations by Philomena O'Neill are not in glaring colors, but are more subdued in a way that makes one think of looking at a family album. The whole book is quite effective and enjoyable. – Dr. Dennis E. Hensley,

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