There’s so much to be said about spending time with your children…at any age. No one knows this better than multi-talented actor, artist, photographer, sculptor Jeff Bridges. In fact, coming on October 7th from Dark Horse Comics, Jeff’s daughter Isabelle Bridges-Boesch has written a children’s book entitled Daddy Daughter Day. Jeff agreed to draw the illustrations for her book, making it a true Daddy/Daughter Day project. This was announced today in this press release:
MILWAUKIE, Ore., (October 6, 2020), Jeff Bridges is an iconic actor, a photographer and painter, a musician and sculptor, and a husband and a father. And now he’s taking on a new role: as the illustrator of the children’s book Daddy Daughter Day, written by his eldest daughter, Isabelle Bridges-Boesch. The hardcover children’s book will be published by Dark Horse Comics on October 7, 2020, ahead of National Father Daughter Day, October 11, 2020.
Why ask Why?
“Why do we need reasons for doing something so wonderful and important as spending time with the ones we love? I don’t know, but we often seem to need a reason,” said Jeff Bridges. “Need a reason? Daddy Daughter Day gives us a wonderful one.”
“I had the idea for this book for years,” said Isabelle Bridges-Boesch. “After I became a mom, I decided to write a book about having a day of adventures with my father when I was a little girl. When I finally shared the idea for the book with my dad, he immediately agreed to create the illustrations and the making of the book became our latest adventure.”
In Daddy Daughter Day, Bell wakes up, determined to create a special day for her and her father. Their Daddy Daughter Day sparks a series of adventures that turns the house and the backyard into a clay workshop, a beauty parlor, and a circus.
Equally charming, whimsical, and magical, Daddy Daughter Day will inspire new family traditions. All the while encouraging fathers and daughters to celebrate their relationship. The 56-page Daddy Daughter Day arrives October 7, 2020 and retails for $17.99.
If a charming tale about the adventures that come from spending time with your daughter appeals to you, (and why shouldn’t it?) Daddy Daughter Day is that book. Look for it from Dark Horse Comics.
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