A great Dad Book. New or Old.
Dad...thanks for the memories! Gary Stanley was just thirteen when his father died - but he still looks back to his memories of dad for the greatest (and often funniest) lessons he ever learned. With whimsical - and sometimes side-splitting - humor, and just a touch of nostalgia, Stanley shares delightful stories of a man who taught him to see with his heart. In the telling, he reminds of how much we appreciate our own fathers - weaving in reminders of a very present Heavenly Father who fills our lives with meaning. This heart-warming collection of stories - told in Norman Rockwell style - will tickly your funny bone and take you on a journey down memory lane, with such chapters as: * Real Indians Don't Wear Underwear * Swimming on Daddy's Back * How to Ruin a Pair of Tennis Shoes * My First Dog Whether or not you ever encounter a moose, you will surely appreciate this joyful and wonderful glimpse of what a father means to his children