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- Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2007; US$ 19.95
Yogi Berra?s dad, an immigrant from northern Italy, didn?t see the point of American sports, but taught Yogi to keep his word and always be on time. Mario Cuomo?s father seemed diminutive (?Maybe he was five foot six if his heels were not worn?), but he once led Mario and his brother in a herculean, nearly impossible effort to hoist and replant a downed... more...
- Little, Brown and Company 2007; US$ 8.99
FATHERHOOD DEMYSTIFIED! Finally-a manual for new dads that deciphers the immensely confusing world of fatherhood and gives crucial tips and advice from a man's point of view. No psychobabble, no warm fuzzies-just a hilarious (and surprisingly practical) military-style guide to surviving and thriving through even the queasiest moments of pregnancy,... more...
- Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2008; US$ 14.99
An all-encompassing guide to entertaining, amazing, and possibly even educating children, Be the Coolest Dad on the Block provides the perfect excuse to stand on a balloon, play with grated cheese in the microwave, and unroll an entire roll of toilet paper, all in the name of spending time with your kids. Written by a comedy writer and a cartoonist... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 15.00
It takes a baby to turn a guy into a man. Hard-won lessons of a first-time father ? the good, the bad, and the big-time changes. "When I used to see a father holding a baby, I thought he was either a poor sap or else an übermensch possessed with talents and levels of forbearance that I would never attain. Now I live on the other side. I'm someone's... more...
- Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2008; US$ 13.99
Fathers know that doing things with their daughters is important. Shared activities build trust and self-esteem, show how much dads care, and allow everyone to cut loose and have fun. But even fathers who can beat the generation and gender gaps that make them feel awkward can?t always dream up cool places to go or mutually enjoyable things to do. Like... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 16.00
For generations, fathers and sons have used the language of sports to work out their differences and express their love for each other. Fathers & Sons & Sports presents a powerful lineup of real-world stories about fathers and sons playing one-on-one in the game of life, written by such great sportswriters and authors as Henry Aaron, as told... more...
- F+W Media 2005; US$ 14.95
This all-in-one guide shows you how to prepare the house, ready the nursery, and welcome your baby home-and that's just the beginning. Change a diaper? Prepare a bottle? Soothe your crying infant? You can do it all-with a little help. Complete with baby names, safety considerations, and medical advice, The Everything Father's First Year Book is your... more...
- F+W Media 2003; US$ 15.95
If you feel nervous about the prospect of being a dad, or you are confused about your new role, The Everything Father-to-Be Book is for you. Packed with helpful information and experienced advice, this practical guide will help you survive the next nine months and be a better caregiver when your baby arrives. This practical guide shows you how to:... more...
- Gallery Books 2009; US$ 16.00
You're having a baby. That's it. Game over, man. Life as you know it is done. Go ahead, freak out. Comic Chris Mancini was terrified of his impending fatherhood. But soon after throwing up upon seeing the little blue line, he realized that most expectant dads sometimes feel nervous, depressed, or powerless -- like a new baby is guy-kryptonite.... more...