May 2014, HarperCollins Children's Books, 32 pages, Paperback, Review copy
Summary from press release as book blurb from HCC is incorrect
Hello Kitty thinks her daddy is very special.
He’s funny, clever, brave and kind, like every good daddy is! Read this wonderful book to find out all the things Hello Kitty loves about her daddy.
Awwwww! Hello Kitty is always cute, and this read is adorable! I could happily leave the review like that, but apparently that’s not really a review as it doesn’t explain why this book is such a pleasure to read.
It’s a timely read for Father’s Day (yes, again this review was delayed), Hello Kitty gets to play with her father a lot. Readers will probably agree on some of the things which Hello Kitty isn’t so keen on about her father (his singing & cleaning skills – thankfully not both at once!), as well as the things that she loves like cuddles.
Hello Kitty points out how her father teaches her so many new things about the world, an aspect of a parent which most readers can relate to. Hello Kitty is seen in many fun outfits which are suitable for whatever she’s doing. My heart melted by the love and hugs both father and daughter gave each other, and the colourful illustrations are simple but get the message across.
Another cute Hello Kitty read is Hello Kitty: Busy Day My First Sticker Book (Children's, Activity book, 3 years +, 10/10E