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Books That Go Great with Barbecue on Father’s Day

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Father’s Day is Sunday, June 18, and it’s officially time to decide what you’re going to buy the men in your life. Whether it’s your own father, your partner, or even a friend, this is the time of year to celebrate everything that dads do for us. From raising cool kids to always knowing the weather, fathers definitely deserve to be recognized and appreciated. But as much as we want to give them the world, it doesn’t help that they can be notoriously hard to buy for. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. After all, everyone loves a good book, right? This Father’s Day, why not treat the dads in your life to the always-awesome gift of reading? Here are four…

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Happy Father’s Day: The Books We’re Giving Our Dads

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We love our dads and Father’s Day is the perfect reason to shower them with all kinds of fun gifts. So what’s better than a gift that caters to each and every hobby that our dads might have? It’s no secret that books are what give us life here at BookTrib, so it makes perfect sense that we would be gifting our fathers with some awesome new (and a couple older) reads. In honor of all of the amazing fathers out there, here are the books that we’re giving the most important men in our lives: Amanda: The Fateful Lightning: A Novel of the Civil War, Jeff Shaara (Ballantine Books, June 14, 2016) My dad loves history books and is an avid collector…

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Father’s Day rocks! Ice cold beer, delicious bread, and a giveaway!

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Whatever you give Dad on Father’s Day, I can tell you how to make it even better: set a cold one down beside it. And you know what “a cold one” is. I’m talking about beer. A brewski. A mug full of suds. It’s the stuff that makes mowing all those lawns and fixing all those broken toys and doing all those other Dad things just a bit more bearable for…well, for thousands of years. (Did Dads mow lawns a thousand years ago? Maybe not. But you get the point.) What we do know about beer is that it’s the third most popular beverage in the world, after water and tea, and that it dates back possibly to the Neolithic…

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The Handsome Father paves the way for gay dads

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When it comes to starting a family, it’s a brave new world for gay fathers. Brian Stephens and Andy Miller had always dreamed of becoming dads. However, when the time came for them to start a family they realized they had little information on where or how to begin. After all, the birds do it. The bees do it. But what about the gay fathers? How do they do it? How do they start a family? They found that resources lacking on the subject and there were few gay fathers they could turn for advice. “From our own vantage point becoming fathers was so overwhelming, it seemed so daunting, it seemed so mysterious, it was hard to get our arms…

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