A big-hearted story about fairness and father-son love by the author-illustrator of No Pants!
Pablo and his dad are ready for a fun day together at the farmer’s market–what’s better than a bike ride, doughnuts, and hot apple cider? But Pablo's dad says that everything Pablo picks out is too big for him. It’s just no fair! What if he was in charge and his dad was the kid, Pablo wonders. And his dad stops to think about it, too.
This light-hearted but thoughtful look at fairness introduces a important subject that everyone encounters throughout their lives.
About the Author
Jacob Grant knows that lots of things in life aren't fair, but it's still hard to explain that to his children . . . which is why he wrote this book. He's still not sure fairness can be explained, but he had fun trying! Other books he has written and illustrated include No Pants!, Bear Meets Bear, and Little Bird's Bad Word. Jacob and his family live in Chicago, Illinois. Learn more about Jacob and his books at jacobgrantbooks.com.
"The artwork, a mix of charcoal, crayon, pencil, cut paper, and digital enhancements, creates a welcoming feel that is both modern and classic. . . . Delightful guidance for little ones singing the “That’s not fair!” blues." --Kirkus Reviews