Katie is excited about spending a special day with her dad--just the two of them. He's promised it's going to be a spectacular day, so he must be planning something remarkable. But when he tells her that it's going to be a nothing-in-particular day, Katie is disappointed. What they do end up doing, however, makes the day very special indeed as father and daughter savor the simple joys of baby ducks, cloud gazing and swinging. As her dad tucks her into bed that night, Katie realizes that a nothing-in-particular day is the most spectacular kind of day when it's spent with someone you love. With exuberant illustrations, bursting with all the wonder and energy of a little girl, this book is a delightful reminder that fathers and daughters spending time together is what really matters since simple moments, laughter and knowing you are loved builds lasting relationships. Recommended for ages 3 to 8.