Looking for the perfect gift for your dad this Father’s Day?

Looking for the perfect gift for your dad this Father’s Day? Here are three Cedar Fort titles that he’s sure to love:

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1) “Daddy’s Diary” by author J. Kevin Morris. Check out this endorsement from the San Francisco Book Review:

 

“This book was an excellent read, filled with whimsical and humorous accounts of one man’s journey through life as a father of three who spent much of his time as the caregiver for the children while his wife and the children’s loving mom did what she did best, excel in working… This meant Dad was left to do everything that moms usually excel at, drawing upon minimal experience to get through his days while keeping the kids alive for at least another day.

 

J. Kevin Morris paints a candid story, and one we can relate to our own family, as we have three daughters ranging from nine to nineteen. Over the years, I’ve seen the hairdos, the outfits, and the meals my husband has managed to wholeheartedly attempt his best at. Somehow they have all survived at the hands of Dad and with as much humor as Morris’s own experiences.

 

While a quick read, Morris is able to paint a thoroughly enjoyable read reminding us that kids are quite pliable creatures and can survive all of the horrors of parenting right alongside us, creating some of the most memorable moments to be shared for a lifetime. If you are looking for a pick-me-up, gift, or good spirited laugh, then this book is the right choice for sure!”

 

2) “Marriage 101 For Men: Why Taking Out the Trash is a Turn-On” by Sherri Mills.

 

Get out of the doghouse and back into the bedroom by adopting one simple phrase—Help isn’t helpful. Whether you’ve been married for three months or thirty years, failing to “help around the house” remains a major cause of discord. Following this book’s principles, a husband learns to decrease disputes and increase intimacy by owning his share of household work, not helping his wife do it all.

 

3) “Dad Rules” by Treion Muller.

 

Kids don’t come with a manual and so far there’s no app for fatherhood, but that doesn’t mean you should parent empty-handed. No matter what fathering challenges you face, you can find the answer in here—along with a healthy dose of humor. Whether you’re a dad to tots or teens, these simple but effective dad rules are guaranteed to get the job done right.

 

 

You can find all these books and more online at www.booksandthings.com