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Becoming the Dad Your Daughter Needs
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Updated March 04, by Brett Dvoretz. This wiki has been updated 18 times since it was first published in February of There's a little secret people forget to tell dads: They're allowed to read parenting books, too, even though they aren't the ones delivering the baby. From humorous to moving, we found a ton of editions for new and expectant fathers that will make the dizzying process of having and raising a child a bit less scary, and maybe even get you excited about it, rather than fearful. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best parenting book for dads on Amazon.
Make Your Own List. He recommends essential reading on fatherhood—for both parents. Kyle Pruett. It depends on whom you ask. If you ask the child they would say, absolutely essential. If you ask the experts, the answer will depend on how much they know about families and child development.
Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Keith Zafren helps transform fathers into great dads. The book HOW TO BE A GREAT DAD helps us to realize that just because we didn't have a great father doesn't mean we can't be one to our own.
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Great Dads Shape Great Kids
This book addresses this most important question in a profound way. We all know how easy it is, biologically, to become a father. Keith delivers deep insights from his experience of raising three boys and from years of ministering to thousands of men, including incarcerated men with deep wounds from their experiences with their fathers. He brings together years of research to identify the most important gifts we can give our kids, and provides valuable, practical tools to help put each into practice. I recently met Keith at a personal development seminar, and found him to be very personable. He shared with me his passion about encouraging men to be great Dads, and shared with me a little about his book. Well, I read it, and I was inspired to follow his guidance for my own little girl.