Dads are very involved in the lives of children and they too are looking for answers adapted to their reality. Here are resources, book,s and websites just for them… or almost!
- A boy, a father
The reflections of a father, yes! But especially those of a “real guy” who writes about his family and personal life in a sincere and very sympathetic way.
- Chronicles of a Modern Man
The ups and downs of a modern man who recounts his life with his two boys with humor. He describes himself as a results-oriented family manager with more than six years of experience, particularly in parental cooperation, and a specialist in disciplinary relations and the daily mishmash…
- Chronicles of a Single Dad
Who said you should only write blog posts? Max gives us a comic every week. Funny, touching, and impactful!
- father of twins
A 30-something started his blog when he became the father of twin girls. He has been sharing his thoughts on his life, on life, and on the life of his twin daughters for just over a year.
- Frank Bérubé – What I am, what I think
Frank Bérubé has many hats: teacher, author, hockey fan, waiter, but above all dad of little Éliot and an angel named Charles-Antoine, who died after a few days of life. He blogs because he wonders about the life that the children of tomorrow will have.
- The Young Father’s Guide
A guide for dads… written by dads! We love (and so do they!). With humor and lucidity, it addresses several themes, from the most distressing to the most euphoric.
The Young Father’s Guide, by Pierre Antilogus and Jean-Louis Festjens, Pocket, 2013, ISBN: 9782266221115, $11.95.
- Become a father
A book that has become a classic offered in a paperback version that accompanies dads well in their new adventure without ever judging them and encouraging them to take their place in this new role.
Becoming a father, by René Frydman and Christine Schulte, Poche Marabout, 2013, ISBN: 9782501084659, $10.95.
- Father hens and prodigious children, not really!
A sketch novel, written by four hands – and three children – absolutely delicious and full of humor. We read the stories and adventures drawn from the respective lives of the two young fathers, Matthieu the new dad, and Pascal, the experienced father.
Father hens and prodigious children, not really! , by Pascal Lachapelle and Matthieu Turgeon, Stanké, 2013, ISBN: 9782760411081, $24.95.
- Me, dad! A year of 9 months.
A father gives us his pregnancy diary, all personal, and from a very masculine point of view.
Me, dad! , by Guenael Revel, Modus Vivendi, 2010, ISBN: 9782212246537, $19.95.
- 1001 ideas to be a great dad
Having fun with your child and feeling like a completely brilliant father is one of the goals of fatherhood! In fact, it’s a book where you can draw ideas for simply having fun with your child.
1001 ideas for being a great dad, collective, Chanteclerc, 2012, ISBN: 9782803455140, $21.95.
- The New Dad’s Guide
In this practical guide, we answer the questions that guys ask themselves during pregnancy and after the birth of their children. Clear and succinct, it’s perfect for men who don’t like big bricks and long chapters.
Le Guide du jeune papa , by Mikael Micucci, Poche Marabout, 2013, ISBN: 9782501087612, $10.95.