Dad, you’re the best
FATHERS Day is just two days away and our young readers have plenty to share on the topic, Daddy Cool. Let’s check out their responses.
“My father is a hardworking man. He likes motorbikes and his dream bike is a HarleyDavidson. He dreams of travelling around the world on his bike,” says Nur Kyra Zullaieqa Zulkifle, 10.
Tan Wei Jun, six, writes: “When I cry, my dad is always by my side. He’s my superhero. I love you, Dad. Happy Fathers Day.”
Sibling Tan Wei En, nine, says: “During his free time, Dad teaches me how to do my homework and read English storybooks. He is like a teacher to me. Happy Fathers Day.”
“Father, you are the best. I love you!” says Saanjeew Raj Uthaya Raj, 10.
Nayley Ng Sue Hui, eight, writes: “My father gave me the greatest gift by loving me and being there for me. Happy Fathers Day, Papa!”
“My father spends the weekends with my mother and me. He always encourages me to study hard. He also encourages me to explore new things,” says Tanusya Manimuttu, eight.
Lee Xin Ning, five, says: “My dad likes to eat. On Fathers Day, I will prepare yummy food for him. My dad is also my best playmate. I love his hugs and kisses.”
Chang Zhi En, nine, writes: “My daddy can be stern but he is friendly. My sister and I love him very much because we know he loves us more than all the gold in the world.”
Azzim Aarez Shahrul Nizar, six, writes:” I love you to the moon and back, Abah.”
“Happy Fathers Day to the best and coolest dad in town” writes sibling Adam Aarez Sharul Nizar, nine. His sister, Nur Zara Sofea Shahrul Nizar, five, chips in: “Happy Fathers Day.”
“Every day I look forward to my father coming home from work. We have dinner
together and crack jokes. On weekends, we go cycling. I love my father and enjoy doing things with him,” writes Inesh Dhayal, six.
Lara Alisha Colin, 11, writes: “Dear Papa, Happy Fathers Day. I love you!”
“Happy Fathers Day! I love you, Daddy,” says Emelia Chandrani Surenthran, six.
“Daddy, you mean the world to me. I love you very much. Thank you for everything!” says Rianne Reisha Abishegam, 11.
ITEM: If you could ask for one superpower, what would it be? Would it be the ability to memorise your lessons in the blink of an eye? Or do you want to have superhuman strength and speed? How about the ability to fly or travel through time? Perhaps you’d like superpowers like shape-shifting or telepathy? Tell us about it.
All letters must include your full name, age (open to children aged 12 and below), gender, e-mail, phone number and address. Please write your name behind the drawing and the topic, My Superpower, on the envelope. All letters must reach us by June 30. Send your letters to:
Starchild, c/o Star2
Star Media Group Bhd
Menara Star, 15, Jalan 16/11
46350 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
You can also e-mail your contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “STARCHILD” in the subject line of your e-mail. Scanned drawings should be in jpeg format, with a resolution of 200 dpi.
Nayley Ng Sue Hui, 8
Tanusya Manimuttu, 8