Father’s Day is just up ahead! Why not treat Dad to a good book? Try these on for size:
For Fathers into Parenting
Hungry Monkey by Matthew Amster-Burton
This new father sets out to raise a foodie as adventurous as he is.
Two of Us by Peter Smith
Through a mutual love of music, a father and son grew into a powerful friendship.
A Perfect Father’s Day by Eve Bunting
This sweet picture book about one kid’s quest to arrange the best Father’s Day ever will be the perfect bedtime read.
For Fathers into History
To End All Wars by Adam Hochschild
One of the world’s most respected historians takes on World War I as you’ve never seen before, chronicling the fighters as well as the almost forgotten war protesters.
Revolutionaries by Jack Rakove
This account of the American Revolution zooms in on the personal turning points of ten founding fathers - a refreshing perspective on this beloved historical topic.
Tiger Trap by David Wise
Packed with eye-popping, “did you know about this?” revelations, David Wise uncovers the decades-long spy war between the United States and China through 2010.
For Fathers into Sports
The Happiness of Pursuit by Davis Phinney and Austin Murphy
Cycling legend Davis Phinney recounts his stellar athletic career and heart-wrenching battle with Parkinson’s disease - as well as his greatest pride, watching son Taylor achieve his own glory on the bike.
The Captain by Ian O’Connor
Best-selling sports writer Ian O’Connor provides the most insightful Derek Jeter bio ever seen, following this steroid-free superstar from minor leagues to majors champ.
Golf Dads by Curt Sampson
The bond between golfers is uniquely strong - especially when golfing is a father-child pastime. Golf legends share their memories here.