Dads have a special way of relating to children. They tend to rough-house andtease children more than moms do. It is usually a father who teaches a child howto shoot a free throw, catch a frog, or fix a broken bicycle chain. Knowing howto do these things raises a child's self-esteem, increases self-confidence, andfosters self-reliance because they expand a child's ability to cope with andunderstand the world.
Each of the 101 secrets in this wonderful gift book is explained in shortdescriptions accompanied by a drawing and a fact or tip. Many of theseskills involve a simple secret to do them successfully. Knowing these secretswill enable any dad to look like a hero to his children.
Included are instructions for...How to fly a kiteHow to find the north starHow to skip a rockHow to make a paper airplaneHow to tie a necktieHow to change a spark plugHow to carve a whistleHow to bait a hookHow to pitch a tentHow to identify five icky things under a rockWhich properties to buy in MonopolyHow to tell how tall a tree isHow to whistle with a blade of grassHow to photograph lightning
"The perfect gift for any father, grandfather, or mother who wants to teach children skills that will increase self confidence, raise self-esteem, and foster self-reliance." - Nashville Lifestyles
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 263 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 16 mm