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Father’s Day Book Recommendations – 06/13/11

Posted on: Monday, June 13th, 2011

With Father’s Day approaching, this week’s book recommendations will be about, what else, Father’s Day.  Today’s recommendations include an activity book with projects that dad and kids can do together and a touching book for dad to read to his younger kids.

Handy Dad: 25 Awesome Projects for Dads and Kids by Todd Davis.  This is a great project book for the whole family.  The projects go from quick and easy (a few hours) to larger and more complex (a whole weekend).  Younger children can help with some of the projects while others will require the kids to be older.  The age range for the kids to participate makes this book a good read for now and for future Father’s Days.

The Ten Best Things About My Dad by Christine Loomis.  This is a book that dad can read to his younger children (4 to 6 years old).  It’s written with the child as the narrator.  He tells about the “ten best things” in rhyme including; his father plays games, gives hugs, teaches right from wrong, cheers on his child, goes for rides in the car, and so on.

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