About

 
 
WRITING
PETER WILSON has written dozens of songs and stories about love and relationships. Peter’s creativity has been used by many charitable organizations including Warchild, The David Suzuki Foundation, Prostate Cancer Canada and Canadian Blood Services to help raise awareness and funds. Peter holds a bachelor’s degree in biology, a diploma in music production, a postgraduate certificate in the digital recording industry and a masters degree in higher education.
ILLUSTRATION
CAROL MATSUYAMA has always enjoyed drawing and painting. She was inspired as a child by her father, who painted in watercolours and oils. Carol studied fine arts in New York and has been a children’s educational book designer and illustrator for over twenty years. Now homesteading with her husband on five acres in Port Perry, Ontario, Carol is a member of the Port Perry Artists’ Association, the Oshawa Art Association and the Scugog Council For the Arts.
REVIEWS
“A handsomely illustrated book with rhythmic, easy to read text, Daddy’s Little Girl will be a widely loved addition to your library or classroom. A positively wonderful story this book captivates readers in both read aloud and independent settings.” Teacher, Grade 1

“If you enjoyed Love You Forever by Robert Munsch, you’ll definitely want to buy a copy of this story.” Parent Source, #1 Parenting website
 
Dads are saying

“As a dad with two daughters I am amazed at how you captured in only a few short pages all the joy, anxiety and love a father has with and for his daughters. I dare any father of a daughter, to read this story and not shed a tear.” – Dad, two girls
Moms are saying

“THANK YOU again for the most amazing book. I cried when I looked at the pictures and then I cried harder when I actually read the words. This book is incredible…” – Mom, 1 boy and 1 girl

Daughters are saying

“Daddy’s little girl is a wonderful demonstration of the love between a father and daughter. This book shows that growing up happens fast, but a father’s love is forever..” – Daughter


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