Dads And Sons (Paperback)James C Dobson
Celebrate the strong, lifelong bond between dads and their boys.
Whether your son is still a mischief-making little tyke or whether he’s all grown up, he’ll never stop looking up to you. Today, celebrate the strong, lifelong bond between you and your boys with this inspirational book by family counsellor and widely acclaimed parenting expert Dr James Dobson.
Based on excerpts from the best-seller Bringing Up Boys, Dads and Sons is a tribute to all dads who set an example of strength, integrity and faithfulness for their sons. It’s an insightful collection of wisdom on how to guide and encourage your boy in his own journey through life. This full-colour gift book is a celebration of the irreplaceable role you haves in your son’s heart and life forever.
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About the Author
Dr James Dobson is founder of Focus on the Family, a media and educational organization dedicated to the preservation of the home. Dr Dobson is heard daily by more than 200 million people on over 4,200 radio stations throughout the world. He is a licensed psychologist with a Ph.D. in Child Development from the University of Southern California School of Medicine. He is the author of more than 50 books. Dr Dobson and his wife, Shirley, have two grown children and live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
ByJames C Dobson
Size125 x 175 mm
Number of Pages128 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
World of Boys
Greetings to all the men out there who are blessed to be
called dads. There is no greater privilege in living than
bringing a tiny new human being into the world and then
trying to raise him or her properly during the next eighteen
years. Doing that job right requires all the intelligence,
wisdom, and determination you will be able to muster from
day to day. And for fathers whose family includes one or
more boys, the greatest challenge may be just keeping them
alive through childhood and adolescence.
In case you haven’t noticed, boys are different from girls.
That fact was never in question for previous generations.
They knew intuitively that each sex was a breed apart and
that boys were typically the more unpredictable of the two.
Haven’t you heard your parents and grandparents say with a
smile, “Girls are made out of sugar and spice and everything
nice, but boys are made of snakes and snails and puppy-dog
tails”? It was said tongue-in-cheek, but people of all ages
thought it was based on fact.