In His Shoes: Inspiring Father’s Day Book Recommendations

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June 14, 2017


Father's day bookFor many, fatherhood translates to this linear representation:
discipline, strength, pillar.

But fathers are so much more.

There are roles they perform that are often overlooked and they need fuel to keep their light burning.

This Father’s Day, we have put together a list of inspirational Father’s Day book recommendations that represent a father’s diverse roles. May these enlighten, encourage, and entertain the fathers we love and respect.


For the Mentor

Dad’s Book of Awesome Science Experiments by Mike Adamick

Entertaining and educational, this book is  filled with fun experiments ideal for the family’s weekend learning and bonding.

For the Tough Guardian

Spirit of the Law by Darla Vasilas

Although the book is a work of fiction, fathers and sons can identify with the protagonists. Fathers will also enjoy the action and adventure that rage within its pages.

For the Pierce Protector

Vengeance Plus by Earle W. Jacobs

One-man force Sergeant Thomas Perkins, who can be the personification of a father’s protective instincts, makes the novel a wonderful Father’s Day book present.

For the Family Chef

DudeFood by Dan Churchill

Excite him with this Father’s Day gift idea. The cookbook’s mouth-watering recipes, especially crafted by MasterChef Australia’s Dan Churchill, are perfect for all dads who love to cook.

For the Comedian

Dad Is Fat by Jim Gaffigan

This book is the comedian dad’s humorous take on parenthood. Told by stand-up comedian Jim Gaffigan, these funny yet painfully real accounts will make any father remark with amusement, “True, true.”

For the Classic Dad

Being a Dad Is Weird by Ben Falcone

Sometimes, we get life lessons from other people’s experiences. This is what Being a Dad Is Weird is to countless fathers who are looking for some shared experiences and inspiration—one of the best Father’s Day books online.


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