With humor and heartfelt sincerity, author Stephan Hahn shares practical advice on parenting from a father’s perspective.
A Father’s Guide: When Children Fall Uncomfortably Close To The Tree tackles the difficult subject of fatherhood with refreshing candor. From bringing home baby to the inevitable growing-up stages, Hahn gives dads a heads-up on what to expect by way of anecdotal stories of his own family life, telling it like it is and revealing both the expected and unexpected challenges of parenthood, as well as the many joys that make it all worthwhile.
A Father’s Guide had me laughing out loud from the first pages- capturing perfectly the wild adventure of parenthood in all of it’s messy glory, yet without diminishing the seriousness of the parent’s role in any way- while the inspirational love and devotion of the author towards his family shines through on every page. A short, engaging read that’s brimming with experiential wisdom -and a whole lot of laughs- this book is perfect for parents who are pressed for time but looking for some encouragement and practical advice. Whether you are expecting your first child or have a houseful already, you’ll find plenty to take away from this book. A truly wonderful read that will leave you with a smile, highly recommended!
I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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About the author
Stephan J. Hahn is an aspiring author and accomplished father. A wine enthusiast and Halo aficionado, he works in an accounting firm as well as the intelligence branch of United States Army. When he is not writing or wrestling with his wild children, he enjoys coffee, playing video games, and learning French with his lovely wife (who didn’t make him say that). He is currently pursuing a business degree from Missouri State University.
Inspired by his children and an irrational amount of optimism, he began writing again. This also inadvertently led to the idea and co-founding of a nonprofit organization. Children Amongst Us was created to identify and address the smaller needs of children and teens, which may have fallen through the cracks.
He lives in the Ozarks with his wife, Kendra, and three children: Samuel, Brooklyn & She/He Who Has Not Been Named Yet.
You can learn more about Stephan Hahn and his books by visiting his website www.stephanjhahn.com