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Fatherhood in 60 Minutes or Less: - 101 Humorous Observations Rules of Thumb and Untold Truths for Fathers by Any Definition - cover

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Fatherhood in 60 Minutes or Less: - 101 Humorous Observations Rules of Thumb and Untold Truths for Fathers by Any Definition

Mark M. Welfley

Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc.

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Summary

Eight years in the making, “Fatherhood in 60 Minutes or Less: 101 Humorous Observations, Rules of Thumb, and Untold Truths for Fathers by any Definition” is a quick-hitting read, perfect for busy fathers everywhere. 
 
The advice in “Fatherhood in 60 Minutes or Less” is useful for fathers of all types including:
 
• Traditional fathers,
 
• Foster and adoptive parents,
 
• Big brother mentors, 
 
• Single parents, 
 
• Same-sex parents, 
 
• Older, first-time fathers, and 
 
• Anyone with a father or father figure in their life.

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