A Sense Of Value and Accomplishment

Kitty Arceneaux Author Interview

I Can Do What Daddy Can Do follows a young boy who helps his father with chores and has a great time doing it. Why was this an important lesson for you to share with children?

I find that when kids learn things early, it helps them to appreciate things more and gives them a sense of value and accomplishment. It also helps them to be productive.

What scene in the book did you have the most fun creating?

Oh goodness they all were fun, but I’ll say when Logan and his dad takes a break and plays basketball. It shows that hard work has its rewards and you can still have a fun time with a parent.

Was there anything from your own life that you put into this book?

I did lots of chores as a kid with my grandparents and even though some were hard, there was always a reward on Saturday mornings. So I actually looked forward to completing my assignments and offering a helping hand when I didn’t have anything else to do.

Do you have more children’s books planned that feature Logan and Tess?

I actually thought about it, but haven’t started writing just yet.

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In this adorable book, Logan is a four years old boy who feels like a big boy and he’s ready to help his dad with the weekend chores. His dad is delighted to help Logan learn new things. While imitating his dad all day, Logan has lots of fun and looks forward to doing more things with his dad.

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