Well you lucky lot, I have a treat for you today. Are you stuck for something for fathers day! Look no further. Here is the perfect book Stuff Every Dad Should Know for a fabulous daddy or daddy to be. On Practical Guidance, Advice, Tips & Techniques. Everything you need to know in a perfect sized book, to pop in your backpack.
''With a blending of humour, practicality, tried-and-tested techniques, tips, advice, Stuff Every Dad Should Know takes the reader through what a father needs to know to cope with their children, however old they are. From the down and dirty changing nappies, to burping a baby, the very tricky minefield of managing Grandparents, stopping a temper tantrum, dealing with sibling relationships, installing that sense of ‘Dad Awe’ in your kids, teaching them to ride bikes, getting rid of monsters in the room, wardrobe, under the bed, making car trips happy journeys, five books to read with your children, how not to hurt your back when playing with them, talking to them about alcohol and drugs, songs to sing with them, the Birds and Bees for all ages, how to drive a car, this is a one-stop book for any dad - a perfect reference book, and sure to be eagerly welcomed by all fathers, wives, children, grandparents. How can a book that tells you how to build the perfect sandcastle not work for both parents and kids''
I know as a child, I forever has scabs on my knees, climbing up trees and swinging off lampposts! I was a massive tomboy! Its quite sad that parents what to wrap there children up in cotton wool to keep them safe, with limited physical education we are turning in to gadget geeks. Its ok for children to take a tumble or play rough its all part of growing up.
Although im quite proud my five year old son can use an Ipad, I'm always proud he strives on being active! This next book explains The art Of Roughousting and how are are important in our children's lives.
''Everywhere you look, physical play—what some might call “roughhousing”— is being marginalised. Gym classes are getting shorter. Recess periods are being eliminated. Some new schools don’t even have playgrounds. Is it any wonder children retreat to “virtual horseplay” via video games? But Dr's. Anthony T. DeBenedet and Lawrence J. Cohen are here to shake things up—literally! With The Art of Roughhousing, they show how rough-and-tumble play can nurture close connections, solve behaviour problems, boost confidence, and more. Drawing inspiration from gymnastics, martial arts, ballet, traditional sports, and even animal behaviour, the authors present dozens of illustrated activities for children and parents to enjoy together—everything from the “Sumo Dead Lift” to the “Rogue Dumbo.” These delightful games are fun, free, and contain many surprising health benefits for parents. So put down those electronic games and get ready to rumble''
Books can be found to buy at Waterstones or Amazon :)
Ive been given two copies of each book, to give to my lovely readers, so all you need to do is fill out the form below