Books on Fatherhood: Father’s Day Special

Author : Sherry Helms

Father’s Day is a special occasion to honor fatherhood, paternal bonds as well as the noteworthy influence of fathers in our societies. It is a time to acclaim father’s eternal and unconditional affection and devotion.  

With Father’s Day, 2013 around the corner, we are helping you by suggesting a few inspirational yet widely acknowledged Books on Fatherhood that we believe would come out to be of great help to all the men, who are fathering veteran or entering the trenches of fatherhood.

Be Prepared: A Practical Handbook for New Dads: Be Prepared is an ultimate guide for men who mastering the first year as a dad. With exceptional insights, MacGyver gives no-nonsense advice, and teaches men all the stuff they really need to know about fatherhood. Engagingly written, cleverly demonstrated and filled with witty and humorous anecdotes, this book is a great gift for any expectant father. The book teaches how to stay awake (or at least upright) at job, make a baby diaper out of a towel, and so much more to develop a lasting parent-child relationship.

Fatherneed: Why Father Care is as Essential as Mother Care for Your Child: A pioneer in the field of fatherhood research and a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Dr. Kyle D. Pruett shows how fathering affects both men and children. A perfect resource for all dads- including stepfathers, divorced fathers, fathers of special children, as well as moms who wants kids who are mixed and meaningfully attached to their fathers. Fatherneed is a great book that will help enable fathers to give their kids the skills they need to grow into cheerful and healthy adults.

The Single Father: A Dad’s Guide to Parenting Without a Partner: A trustworthy and helpful book for dads, who are divorced, widowed, gay, or never-married to face the special issues of parenting alone. The latest in the “New Father” series, Brott’s book comprises the personal experiences of single dads along with the practical and encouraging advices from experts on how to take a constructive approach to unravel general problems following a divorce.

That’s My Girl: How a Father’s Love Protects and Empowers his Daughter: This is true that the father commonly has as much or more influence than mother on every aspect of his daughter’s life. In today’s time when relations have become progressively more complicated, it is often difficult for parents to stay connected with their daughter and especially so for fathers. In this exceptional and invaluable guide, parenting expert Rick Johnson reveals men how to cultivate the close relationships with their daughters that they both long for.

Be a Better Dad Today Ten Tools Every Father Needs: The Honorable Gregory W. Slayton has written an inspirational and practical guidebook for every dad who desires to become the best father he can be-not only for the sake of family and society but also for his own development. Jam-packed with humor, compassion, reasonable, tough talk, and gripping stories from his personal experience, Slayton provides wise insights and practical advice and simple but dynamically effective strategies that will assist every dad to carry out his God-given duties.

What a Son Needs From His Dad How a Man Prepares His Sons for Life: Warm and fuzzy, anchored in values, and filled with encouragement, good and time-tested advice, and words of wisdom, What a Son Needs From His Dad provides everything that a father need to become a role model for his son. The book contains all essential practical topics including developing boys for work, friendships, wedding, and their relationships with God. Author-cum-dad, Michael O’Donnell believes that no one can prepare a son for life better than his father and motivates dads to become a kind of men that they want their sons to become.

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