My Daddy is Hilarious by Gavin Puckett & Chris Jevons

It’s Story Book Sunday where I review a children’s picture book with my two daughters and this week we’ve been reading My Daddy is Hilarious together 🥰


Now Dad has got a mohawk –
It must be two feet tall!
It’s scraping on the ceiling!
Oh, I don’t like this at all.

Dad usually looks so cool, so it’s a bit surprising when he starts appearing with outlandish new hairstyles . . . and eccentric clothes . . . diving flippers . . . Has he gone mad? The big relief (reveal) is no, it’s a fancy dress party!

Our Thoughts


This is such a brilliant looking book! The bright and silly illustration on the cover had my Littles giggling from the start, and the giggling did not stop as we turned the pages!


My Daddy is hilarious is full of fun and colourful illustrations that really “pop” from the pages and had the Littles pointing, grinning and laughing throughout.


With text that is as crazy and humorous as the pictures, this book is great to read aloud in as dramatic a fashion as possible.  The more dramatic and silly, the better!


Bonkers and brilliantly funny, My Daddy is Hilarious is a book the Littles ask for time and time again and we all love it!


My Daddy is Hilarious is out now in paperback and you can buy it here Our thanks go to Faber Childrens for our review copy.

Hope you all have a lovely Sunday!

Until next time!

@mrscookesbooks ♥️

Published by Mrs Cooke

👩🏽‍💻📚I read and shout 📣 about books 👯‍♀️owner of 2 book-loving Littles 🌳village dweller ✍️stationery fiend 🍸gin enthusiast 📩DM for reviews etc 💌

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