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The father hood : inspiration for the new dad generation.

By: Benedictus, Luke.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [S.l.] : Murdoch Books, 2019ISBN: 1760524921; 9781760524920.Subject(s): Fatherhood | Father and child | Fathers -- Interviews | FatherhoodGenre/Form: Interviews.DDC classification: 306.8742 Summary: Welcome to The Father Hood. Where we celebrate the growing tribe of hands-on dads who are discovering that becoming a father is the greatest opportunity a man can have to be better than he's ever been before; stronger, wiser and more compassionate. But there is no instruction manual or benchmark for modern dads aside from one golden rule: keep showing up. With a mix of celebrity interviews - from Hugh Jackman, David Beckham, Osher Gunsberg and many more - as well as quotes and stats that capture the rise of the hands-on dad, The Father Hood is the guide to helping modern dads thrive and survive in the only job that really counts.
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It's official: Dads need a rebrand. The Father Hood celebrates the rapidly-growing tribe of hands-on dads who are discovering that fatherhood is the making of them.

Welcome to The Father Hood. Where we celebrate the growing tribe of hands-on dads who are discovering that becoming a father is the greatest opportunity a man can have to be better than he's ever been before; stronger, wiser and more compassionate. But there is no instruction manual or benchmark for modern dads aside from one golden rule: keep showing up. With a mix of celebrity interviews - from Hugh Jackman, David Beckham, Osher Gunsberg and many more - as well as quotes and stats that capture the rise of the hands-on dad, The Father Hood is the guide to helping modern dads thrive and survive in the only job that really counts.