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5 Awesome Books For New Dads In Hong Kong

books For new dads

There is not much in the world that can prepare guys for the life-changing transition that occurs when they morph from “Dude” to “Dad”.  So much is written for new mothers and new parents, but little is tailored specifically for dads-to-be and new dads. Here are five books recommended by Little Steps Daddy Contributors.

All books are available at www.amazon.com.

  • BEST BOOKS FOR DADS:

    “Babyproofing Your Marriage: How to Laugh More, Argue Less, and Communicate Better as Your Family Grows” by Stacie Cockrell, Cathy O'Neill and Julia Stone

    Both practical and humorous, this book guides first-time and veteran dads alike through the minefield of marriage post-kids. Don’t let marital scorekeeping, granny wars, or torpedoed libidos bruise the relationship with your spouse. Babyproof Your Marriage!

     

    “Baby 411: Clear Answers and Smart Advice For Your Baby’s First Year” by Dr. Ari Brown

    More of a reference guide than a book, it is a practical, quick reference to help new dads build confidence and get into the groove of fatherhood. A bit of advice to the new dads: keep it accessible, because you may find yourself checking and double-checking it daily.

     

    “The Dangerous Book for Boys” by Hal & Conn Iggulden
    “The perfect book for every boy from eight to eighty”. This book is a definitive manual on how to just be a boy. It coaches every man young and old to appreciate some of the little things in life. Also check out the other books in the series, “The Dangerous Book for Girls” and “The Dangerous Book of Heroes”.
    “What to Expect When Your Wife Is Expanding: A Reassuring Month-by-Month Guide for the Father-to-Be, Whether He Wants Advice or Not” by Thomas Hill
    A spoof on the classic “What to Expect When You’re Expecting”, it is funny, lighthearted, and provides a ton of tips, including a month-by-month outline of “What Your Wife Will Be Complaining About” and an invaluable section entitled "A couple of things to say to let her know you're caring, sensitive, and up on the required reading." Little sweet nothings go a long way.
    “The Amazing Dad: More than 400 Ways to Wow the Kids “by Giovanni Livera, Ken Preuss and Rob Smith
    So you want to be the coolest dad in town? This dad’s “How To” is a bottomless treasure trove of fun. It includes games to play on road trips, creative ideas for couch cushion forts, paper airplane making, unbelievable magic tricks, world-class storytelling, and the list goes on and on…
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