8 Books to Give Your Dad on Father’s Day
12 Jun 2015
Dad. Pops. Dada. No matter what you call him, you’re going to celebrate his greatness on June 21st. If your dad is a bookish sort of father, the kind that would read you bedtime stories, and always has a book on the back of the toilet ( just our dads?), think about getting him some of these great new releases.
Finders Keepers – Stephen King:
You only need to know the author’s name to get why your dad will love this , but if that’s NOT enough here’s a few more reasons. This action packed read showcases a vengeful reader, a murder, a buried treasure and a wild chase.
Book of Numbers – Joshua Cohen:
While Elon Musk may not be the poster boy for a perfect personal life,however his business life is one for the books, very literally. Musk is arguably one of the most innovative figures of the 21st century, and this book gives a look into his fascinating world.
Your Baby’s First Word Will Be Dada – Jimmy Fallon:
Fallon’s comedic genius shines in what is at its core, his own earnest attempt to get his daughter to say DADA first. This book is ideal for those who are fathers to be, those who are new fathers, and the fathers who are nostalgic about the past.
Radiant Angel – Nelson DeMille:
Dad’s who lived during any part of the Cold War era or enjoy thrillers will resonate with this modern day retake of those gripping years.
A Perfect Crime – A Yi:
This chilling tale takes one into the mind of a killer and provides an alternative to thrillers centered around American characters.
We Are All Made of Molecules – Susin Nielsen:
Delving into the YA genre provides a connection between parents and children by remembering how it felt to be young. This book in particular provides an empathic viewpoint on how children are forced to cope with decisions that parents make.
The Boy Who Played with Fusion – Tom Clynes:
Every parent has dreamed of his or her child becoming someone who achieves greatness. This biography details the scientific pursuits of a 19 year old, and the extreme parenting behind raising a prodigy in nuclear physics.
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