Being a father is complicated. A father has to be strict and at the same time take care of everything. Most of the books portray the father as an awkward character who ends up ruining things. But not to worry because we have good news. Father’s Day is here and so are we with the best books on fatherhood.
Get ready to find out some awesome and dynamic books.
1. Pops: Fatherhood In Pieces by Michael Chabon
Pops is the collection of essays reflecting his relation with his four kids. This book came to life when the author attended a Paris Fashion Week with his thirteen-year-old son and delineated it in an article, published in GQ magazine. The essays portray the fathering angle, dealing with literature. With not so many answers to all the questions, this book is short and effective read.
2. Someone Could Get Hurt: A Memoir of Twenty-First-Century Parenthood by Drew Magary
Someone Could Get Hurt, a funny and heartfelt memoir, portrays the ups and downs that a father faces while raising a family in modern America. This book illuminates the experiences of the author himself. Also, this book shows how the author explores rationalizations, anxiety and compromises that come with raising a family.
3. A Wrinkle In Time by Madeleine L’Engle
A graphic illustration which is a turning point in the intellectual lives of children is premiering on cinemas. The theme of the book is based on a science fantasy. Reflecting bravery as well as making you emotional, this book has developed a separate fanbase.
4. Grief Is The Thing With Feathers by Max Porter
This is a story of two boys struggling through their mother’s unannounced death. Full of compassion, this book talks about the new talent that the scruffy romantic father attains with the loss of his wife.
5. Sh*t My Dad Says by Justin Halpern
It is a story of a 28-year-old guy who returns to his parents after splitting up with his girlfriend. This book portrays the father-son relationship as chaotic, hilarious and true.
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