Come on, Dad!

Come on, Dad! 75 Things for Fathers and Sons to do Together

By Annie Murray

A review of Come On, Dad! 75 Things For Fathers And Sons To Do Together by Ed Avis

Published on April 1, 2008

Come On, Dad! 75 Things For Fathers And Sons To Do Together
Ed Avis

Lobster Press
$14.95
paper
144pp
978-1-897073-77-3

Come On, Dad! 75 Things for Fathers and Sons to do Together by Ed Avis suggests ideas for fun and easy activities. It emphasizes activities that foster creativity, self-expression, togetherness, love of nature, and the joy of moving and exploring. Activities that involve making things require inexpensive items or things commonly found in the home. While it is intended for boys, the majority of activities are not stereotypical or gender-specific. Come on, Dad! will give parents lots of ideas for fun and inexpensive games and crafts, and will also be useful for daycare workers and teachers, who will be ready the next time they hear, “I’m booooored!” mRb

Annie Murray is a Montreal librarian.

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