Item description for A Father's Legacy: Your Life Story in Your Own Words by Thomas Nelson...
Overview This father's memory journal takes you on a journey that will become a cherished family memoir. Designed in a 12-month format, each month features 12 intriguing questions with space to write a personal answer. Questions explore family history, childhood memories, lighthearted incidents, cherished traditions, and the dreams and spiritual adventures encountered in a lifetime of living. His written words become windows to a father's heart.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.52" Width: 6.57" Height: 0.88" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Binding Spiral Bound
Release Date Apr 1, 2007
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 1404113320 ISBN13 9781404113329 UPC 023755014702
Availability 6 units. Availability accurate as of Apr 27, 2017 06:29.
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More About Thomas Nelson
Gary P. Hansen has written over a hundred articles for outdoor magazines such as "Sports Afield, The American Hunter, Rifle, Guns & Ammo, North American Hunter" and many others.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Father's Legacy?
Disappointing compared to the older version Nov 11, 2009
I had bought the previous version for my father but it got misplaced. I ordered this one as a replacement. In the older version, questions about my mom were referenced as "mom." For example "Where did you meet mom?" In the new version, "mom" is instead referenced as "your wife." For example, "Where did you meet your wife?" I found the new language creepy and kind of repulsive. Even if my parents were divorced (they're not) I'd be interested in the person who gave birth to me, not his current wife. Hopefully I'll be able to track down an earlier copy of the book. The concept of this book is wonderful, but the execution of this version isn't.
A Fathers Legacy Sep 11, 2009
This is a book I so advice everyone to buy for their father. I bought the mother one for my Mom before she passed away, and I treasure her written words. My dad is still filling his out and I know when he is no longer with me I will have this book to remind me of how he felt and thought as a child and even now in his last years.
A Father's Legacy Aug 18, 2009
I bought this for my husband, who's in Afghanistan, to write in for our baby. If anything were to happen to him, I'd want our baby to know who he is and what he stands for. The book is really nice; it prompts you to write about things that you might not think of on your own to just write in a journal. Definitely recommend!!!
Great for Military Aug 5, 2009
If you have a husband, father, brother, friend in the police force or military type job and they have children, they need this journal. My husband has been deployed twice and our greatest fear is our girls not knowing their father and who he really was. This book has taken that stress away. Don't listen to the reviews questioning the religious aspect of this book. Those questions are few and far between. I'm glad someone thought of this. Thank you for this gift to my girls.
Wonderful gift Jun 30, 2009
I have not used this yet; however, it is a wonderful book & a wonderful idea. This is great for promoting relationships, particularly for young people and their elderly relatives (grandpa is the relative in my case). In doing this, I anticipate my son and daughter (who will take turns asking the questions) will learn a lot about their grandpa and find some common ground which is not always evident between generations. Absolutely stellar idea. Such a wonderful keepsake.