It will be a happy Father’s Day indeed with one of these toolbox-expanding gifts.
Is your dad into thrillers, mysteries, music legends or even great beer? This Father’s Day, our sister company, Simon & Schuster, has him covered with great books that would make the perfect gift for any dad.
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Our friends at Simon & Schuster put together an excellent list of book gifts for the lady in your life: from the hipster, aspiring home chef, fashion focused, or book club leader, everyone on your list will be thrilled to open a box with one of these great reads.
Horror fans, pop-culture aficionados, trivia champions, or those just in search of a little bit of inspiration will love any of these books. From Stephen King to Duck Dynastyto The Beatles, there’s something for every man in your life on this list from our friends at Simon & Schuster.
It’s that time of the year again. Those of us lucky enough to have a father in our lives, won’t have to break the bank this year. After reading this article, you can have your shopping done by the end of the day!
It is an honorable position in life to be a dad. His duties are significant. Not only giving his best effort to being a husband, working at a career, but also shaping the life’s course of each of his children. There are no clear-cut instructions for such a weighty job, yet courage to stand up to the responsibilities and forthrightness to admit when mistakes are made. Sunday, June 16 is Father’s Day. Take time to honor dad with a special meal or a picnic outing on bikes. Arrange a time for him to enjoy his favorite hobby, such as football, gardening or fishing. Celebrate life with dad! Have fun with these ideas:
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