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Dads

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They may be your inspiration or your best friend, kind protectors or big on homework and manners, there for the first nappy change or always down the pub - but there is no one else quite like Dad. In Dads, Britain's finest and funniest share their anecdotes and personal recollections about both what it is like to be a dad - from the shock of looking after a new born to the mixed blessings that are teenagers - and their changing relationships with their own fathers. The phenomenal list of high-profile contributors includes Sir Richard Branson, Bill Bryson, Andrew Collins, Jilly Cooper, Richard Curtis, Sir Alex Ferguson, Anna Ford, Joanne Harris, Charlie Higson, Kathy Lette, Davina McCall, Fiona Millar, David Miliband, Anthony Minghella, John O'Farrell, David Puttnam, Ian Rankin, David Tennant, Alan Titchmarsh and Fay Weldon Hugely entertaining and thought-provoking in turns, this celebration of fatherhood explores just what it is to be a dad.

Author Biography

Sarah Brown is married to Gordon Brown and is President of the charity PiggyBankKids, which she founded in 2002. PiggyBankKids has launched the Jennifer Brown Research Fund to seek solutions to pregnancy difficulties and help save newborn lives, and supports a wide range of charitable projects which create opportunities for children and young people. Sarah and Gordon live in Fife and London with their sons John and Fraser. Gil McNeil is the bestselling author of The Only Boy For Me, Stand By Your Man, In the Wee Small Hours and Divas Don't Knit. She helps run the charity PiggyBankKids, and lives in Canterbury with her son.
Release date NZ
May 15th, 2008
Contributors
Edited by Gil McNeil Edited by Sarah Brown
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Ebury Press
Pages
256
Dimensions
129x203x26
ISBN-13
9780091922726
Product ID
1663640

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