Item description for How to Be Your Little Man's Dad: 365 Things to Do with Your Son by Kenneth Sutterfield & Dan Bolin...
Overview One of the most important things a Dad can come to understand about fathering a son is that it doesn't have to be viewed as a monumental task. This book suggests that is can be a process that includes a series of little events and creative time together.
Publishers Description Spend time with your sonMost young boys look up to their father as the most important man in their life and long for a deep and loving relationship with him. But even if you sincerely desire a special connection with your son, that kind of closeness can be hard to build."How to Be Your Little Man's Dad" offers 365 simple and creative father-son activities that will foster the kind of relationship you both want. Written by Dan Bolin, the author of "How to Be Your Daughter's Daddy, " and Ken Sutterfield, who fathers two sons, this book will encourage you to be the dad your little man needs most--a dad who takes the time to show his son he loves him.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.35" Width: 5.92" Height: 0.44" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Mar 19, 2003
Publisher Pinon Press
ISBN 0891097554 ISBN13 9780891097556
Availability 0 units.
More About Kenneth Sutterfield & Dan Bolin
Ken Sutterfield is a former Christian camp director having served camps in Arkansas and Texas for 25 years. More recently he has served as the Dean of Operations for a large Christian school in Little Rock, AR and as the Chief Development Officer for Arkansas' only boy's residential college prep school. In addition to his NavPress/Pinon book co-authored with Dan Bolin. Ken is the author of The Power of an Encouraging Word which was featured in the Promise Keepers devotional series published by Christianity Today. Ken speaks occasionally and has appeared on numerous radio and T.V. programs including Family Life Today. Ken and his wife Jan have been married over 30 years and are the parents of two married sons.
Reviews - What do customers think about How to Be Your Little Man's Dad: 365 Things to Do with Your Son?
Good Book Mar 5, 2008
Good book for reference and ideas on things for you to do with your son and be an active part of his life. I was given one years ago when my now teenage son was born, just purchase 4, two for my son-in-laws, one with a son and the other expecting and two for friends with new sons.
Inspirational Jun 13, 2001
I was hoping for a book like "How to Dad" which has pictures and instructions on how to do cool stuff, like skip rocks and teach how to ride a bike. This is more like those inspirational books like life's instruction book. Great read, some wonderful ideas, but not the sort of hands on activity book I thought it was going to be. I guess I was thinking of the 365 ways to cook chicken books.
Will take you back... Oct 5, 1998
This is a short book of ideas on what you can do with your son to build his character and yours as a father. Not only will it make you think about how to raise a child, it will take you back to your childhood memories spent with your father.
I don't have a son today but hope to adopt soon. It's a great book for anyone who is a father or nervous about becoming one.