The Five Key Habits of Smart Dads: The Secrets of Fast-Track Fathering
Author: Lewis, Paul
Edition: 1st Edition
Number Of Pages: 189
Release Date: 01-03-1994
Details: Product Description This hardcover book has nearly 200 pages presenting an entertaining and practical look at fathering priorities. Fathers in the 90s are waking up to their unique contributions to child development, and to the rewards of being much more than banker and disciplinarian. This book provides the insights needed to instill: key values and attitudes,balance career and fathering responsibilities, avoid common fathering mistakes,and gain and keep your childs respect. This is a book whose time has come. Any man can become a father, but the art of fatherhood has yet to be mastered. Rosie Grier. Review A valuable resource to help dads better know their kids - and themselves. -- William Sears, M.D., F.R.C.P., Author of The Baby Book It is hard to imagine an easier road map to one of life's biggest challenges. -- Kevin M. McShea, Executive V.P. and CFO, Budget Rent-a-Car Corporation This book is pure inspiration. It made me want to go hug my kids. -- Jim Burns, President, National Institute of Youth Ministry About the Author Paul Lewis is editor of Smart Dads newsletter. He teaches fathering courses and seminars for Dads University, which he founded. He is also a parenting magazine columnist, and author of "40 ways To Teach Your Child Values" and "Famous Fathers". Paul and his wife, Leslie, have five children.
Package Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.4 x 0.9 inches