3 Must Have Book for Fathers

3 Must Have Books for Fathers

If you're searching for the perfect Father's Day gift, you've come to the right place!  Today we are featuring 3 books that Worker Bee (the dad around this hive) loves.  Click on the titles below the books for links to more information or to buy.

According to Worker Bee:  "This book is a must read for fathers of daughters. I read this book many years ago, and it was one of the best things I have done to help my relationship with my daughter. It is very straight forward and insightful. Let's face it guys, we don't exactly think like our female counterparts! Knowing what your daughter not only wants, but really what they need, from a father has really made me stop and think about the things that I do and say with my daughter. Nothing is better than a daddy/daughter relationship! Who wouldn't want to learn everything they can about the dynamics of that relationship so it can be the best it can be. It helped me realize that maybe just taking my daughter to a game and not saying all that much might not be the most effective approach to building a deep, lasting relationship. Leave the primal grunting communication for your buddies and stand up and fight for the relationship that your daughter needs from you and give it to her the way she needs it, not the way you think she needs it."

Worker Bee passionately loves three things: being a dad, sports, and inspirational quotes. So it was safe to assume he loved this book!  In fact, I'm pretty sure we bought out all of the copies they had at the time so he could give this book to everyone he knows.  

Baby Bumblebee is OBSESSED with Little Critter books.  He pretty much insists that his dad reads him this book every night and he can recite it by heart.  If you've got littles at home this is a perfect gift for them to give dad for Father's Day.  They can even write their name (or scribble) or trace their hand in the front with the date and occasion so they can look back years from now and remember that they gave that book to their dad.  This is one of my favorite things to do when giving books as gifts.  Writing a little something in the front  makes the book more special. Every time you get the book out to read it, even years later, you are reminded of that special person in your life.