Flyfishing with Dad: A Counting And Fishing Book
Whether wading in the water, floating in a raft, or stripping in fly-line on a river bank, dad helps his boy choose the right fly, cast his rod, and net his fish from early in the morning until it’s time to go to bed. Most of all, this is a story of a boy with his dad.
This children's book will appeal to young readers for two reasons. First, there is a lack of children’s literature featuring positive relationships between fathers and sons. With the increased percentage of stay-at-home dads in America, this book creates smart dialogue in light of this demographic socioeconomic shift. Second, Fly Fishing with Dad follows the popular format of bedtime and counting literature for children. Here, the story surrounds the peripheral counting of real, photo-rendered trout from one to ten while seamlessly ending with a traditional bedtime scene with vivid, computer-overlayed pictures.