“The Dad Manifesto” by Jay Payleitner

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The Dad Manifesto: 52 Things for Forever Fathers to Never ForgetThe Dad Manifesto: 52 Things for Forever Fathers to Never Forget by Jay Payleitner
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Have you heard of the Dad Manifesto? I had not prior to coming across this title. The idea originated from a framed document called the Dad Manifesto – a collection of ideas designed to promote better engagement between fathers and their children. Continue reading

“Geek Parenting” by Stephen H. Segal & Valya Dudycz Lupescu

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Geek Parenting : What Joffrey, Jor-El, Maleficent, and the McFlys Teach Us about Raising a FamilyGeek Parenting : What Joffrey, Jor-El, Maleficent, and the McFlys Teach Us about Raising a Family by Stephen H. Segal
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Parenting is one of the greatest challenges known to humankind. Taking a small child and raising it to fend for itself in the world is the most frightening, and worthwhile, adventure one can take. Continue reading

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“The Deleted E-Mails of Hillary Clinton: A Parody” by John Moe

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The Deleted E-Mails of Hillary Clinton: A ParodyThe Deleted E-Mails of Hillary Clinton: A Parody by John Moe
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

John Moe is at it again with his parody-style books. With the controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton’s (HRC) private email server and the deleted batch of emails, theories abound on what those emails could be about. Moe approaches the issue with a humorous twist, giving readers one more reason to either vote, or not vote, for her. From briefings on the small figurines club to expanding membership of the Fab Four, Hillary’s life is anything but unordinary. Moe gives life to the lifeless face of the Democratic politician, encouraging laughs in perhaps a duldrum of a career choice. While I may not be the best person to consult on this leader, Moe definitely gives hope that she is more than meets the eye, and in a not evil sort of way.

What were the deleted emails? The world may never truly know, but Moe at least sets out to make them sound much more fun than they could have been. Classified files? War documents? Boring! Instead, readers are graced with Hillary’s opinions of Scandal and fashionista tips. Moe gives an honest effort in his writing, but falls short of complete success. Worth three, maybe three-and-a-half stars, Moe succeeds with this book just like his Dear Luke work – a unique jab at humor that I just didn’t quite get. A for effort, but that alone doesn’t make the mark.

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“Wild About the Bible Sticker and Activity Book” by David Miles

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Wild About the Bible Sticker and Activity BookWild About the Bible Sticker and Activity Book by David Miles
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is a fun way to enhance a child learning about some of the most epic stories of the Bible. Continue reading