Synopses & Reviews
Julie discovers that her new friends's father is a giant.
In this delightful story, Julie meets a new boy in her neighborhood, David, whose father is a giant.
Munsch has another winner in this appealing story. - Canadian Materials
The pace is quick, the events bizarre, the appeal guaranteed. - Calgary Herald
David's Father touches on a fantasy children (and some adults) have: to find someone big, powerful and kind to protect them from a harsch world. And it does it with great humour and charm. Michael Martchenko's drawings, as wonderfully exaggerated as the plot, perfectly complement the text. - Quill & Quire