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by Andr Bouchard

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  • ISBN 1862309965
  • ISBN13 978-1862309968
  • Language English
  • Author Andr Bouchard
  • Publisher Red Fox (May 1, 2011)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats txt lit docx mbr
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1192 kb
  • Size Fb2 1664 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 521

What would you do if your daddy lost his head? Make him a new one of course! All you need is some old newspapers, paint and a potato for his nose. It turns out there are lots of advantages to having a dad with no head: he doesn't shout or snore, he always agrees with you, and he loves doing the hoovering. But will Daddy ever find his real head?

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Daddy Lost His Head book. But will A modern day fable that's so funny you'll laugh your head off! What would you do if your daddy lost his head? Make him a new one of course! All you need is some old newspapers, paint and a potato for his nose.

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It turns out there are lots of advantages to having a dad with no head: he doesn't shout or snore, he always agrees with you, and he loves doing the hoovering. But will Daddy ever find his real head? show more.

A modern day fable that's so funny you'll laugh your head off! What would you do if your daddy lost his head? Make him a new one of course! All you need is some old newspapers, paint and a potato for his nose.

Home All Books Daddy Lost His Head. A modern-day fable that’s so funny you’ll laugh your head off!

Home All Books Daddy Lost His Head. What would you do if your Daddy lost his head? You’d make him a new one, of course! All you need is some old newspapers, paint and a potato for his nose. A modern-day fable that’s so funny you’ll laugh your head off! (The original French title of this book is ‘La Tete Ailleurs’). Author Andre Bouchard.

Author:Bouchard, Andre. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. Read full description. Daddy Lost His Head by Andre Bouchard (Paperback, 2011). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Daddy Lost his Head (Andre Bouchard, 2009). Quentin Blake: Beyond the Page (Tate Publishing Ltd, 2012).

Talk about Daddy Lost His Head


Monn
My kids love this book. A fun, light hearted story of two children's adventures when their Dad looses his head (at work). People who are giving it bad reviews don't get the British humor in this child's book!
Rainbearer
The book is great it was in very poor condition
Giamah
There is a lot of text in this picture book, long enough that I'd classify it as a short story and probably too long for some kids to stay interested, or awake if being read to them at bedtime. It certainly isn't a very realistic story, or a moral what did we learn today kids one, it's just a plain and simple entertainment aimed tale, which was originally written in French and later English. The pictures are pretty simple outlines coloured in. The cover art is as complicated and detailed as it gets on the pages inside.

The tale itself revolves around a boy and his older sister discovering their father in their house without a head. It's never explained how his head became detached from his body or how he survives without it. He can hear which is simply explained with the line "even without ears he could still hear". This sort of lazy writing throughout does weaken the story as does the fact his wife can't tell the difference between a papermachete and potato made head and her husband's real one until the kids show her by hitting it with a hammer. The basic plot revolves around the ways the kids and the wife take advantage of the headless and brainless father to do whatever the household chores and whatever else they want using him as a sort of slave and refuelling him by pouring mince and potatoes down his neck, having to take drastic action when he unexpectantly leaves the house. Where is his head? Will it ever turn up? You'll have to read to find out.
Skyway
It's a hilarious book and long enough to actually be interesting to read for an adult. My five year old is reading about half of it by himself and he finds it truly funny.
Doomblade
I wasn't at all surprised to see that this was published first in France, and I'm rather surprised it managed to be published in Britain at all in the form in which we have it. Blake's illustrations are fine. But the story! Clutch your own heads now, ladies. What we have here is an assumption that you do all the housework, all the hoovering, all the cooking, every domestic chore, and that without discussion - until your husband suddenly (and temporarily) loses his brain. I won't be letting this one near any children I know, however pretty the pictures.
Survivors
We picked up this book while in London. My husband does work crazy hours (which means he has less time for them and housework) so this story is a funny way for the children to appreciate what he is going through.
Tetaian
I am afraid in my household "Mommy" lost her head! I can most certainly recommend "Daddy lost his head" by Quentin Blake and Andre Bouchard to the families of workaholics! My family could relate to the story and we had an awesome time enjoying the illustrations! The undelying surealistic tone of the story makes you want to keep on reading! Fantastic reading!