Dads have a way of doing things that are both endearing and embarrassing to their children. This book captures a bit of that magical combination between a child and their Dad every time he dances. His moves come out wherever there’s music-around the house, in an elevator, the grocery store, and especially when there’s an audience of other children and parents. But there’s one way to fight those bad Dad moves, and it’ll end with you both giggling as you make up your own dance moves together.
This book is dedicated to the kids who put up with all the very, terribly, awfully, painfully, bad jokes from their dads!
At the beginning of the book, you’re met by a new friend whose Dad is the king of bad jokes. But it doesn’t take long for their Dad to start telling his jokes, and soon you’re faced with a challenge: can you make it to the end of the book without cracking a smile?