About Dear Daddy By Serena Haeuser
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The perfect Father’s Day gift is one that keeps on giving… Every. Single. Day.
A child’s first heroes are their parents. But there is always something so sweet about the bond between a dad and his daughter.
“Dear Daddy” is a heartwarming story book written by Serena Haeuser and illustrated by Morgan Jennings showing the increasingly touching ways a father impacts his daughter’s life.
This picture book is the perfect gift for fathers and little daughters to bond over their love and admiration for each other — whether it’s during Father’s day, quiet snuggle times, or whenever the opportunity presents itself.
All its pages are littered with several illustrations of happy fathers and daughters spending special quality time with each other, and even times when they are doing their own thing separately… creating the perfect storyline to highlight the best parts of their father-daughter bond.
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Serena Haeuser; a graduate from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a B.S in Child Development and Family Relations, co-owner of a childcare center, author, and mother; founded C.A.R.E in 2017. Her passion lies within our youth, and making a difference in the community. A “change agent” is what she calls herself. Serena was inspired to begin C.A.R.E while interning for Public Allies in Washington, D.C., which is a multi city nonprofit. Every day on her commute to and from work, she took note of the massive homeless population. Under every bridge, she would see over 20 tents. Our team began research and soon learned that police officers would often kick individuals out of their tens, and people were getting killed under the bridges. She asked herself what could she could do to help.
For the few weeks that Serena undertook the mission in D.C,; and from the conversations that she was able to have with community members; she noticed how grateful these individuals were. Not only to receive hygiene items in a bag, and words of encouragement; but to just be heard. From that moment on, she told herself that she would never stop being a light.
“C.A.R.E is important to me because there are many people in this world ready to give up, or let difficult times get the best of them. I want to — and will — make a difference in this world. There are people out there counting on me, and people who are looking up to me. I cannot give up. The mission of Continuous Acts to Restore Encouragement is to instill positivity, warmth, and, encouragement while restoring individual’s feelings of love and care..worldwide.“