Make a Father’s Day book and make the day great

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Dadslides photo book Make a Fathers Day book and make the day great

For most of us, Dad was one of childhood’s main characters. Blurb can help you make dad into the literary icon he deserves to be. Just put together some of your favorite photos of dad with any of our great bookmaking tools. If your dad was always behind the camera, think about writing a book of favorite memories instead. To help inspire you to make a great Father’s Day book, we’ve put together some top books about dads and fatherhood made by Blurbarians:

Dadslides is the creation of Charles Klein a photographer who discovered a large collection of slides from his childhood in Australia. Imbued with the hazy warmth of vintage color slides, the book is a trip into a singular past that’s as fascinating for members of Klein’s family as it is for the rest of us.

As the title suggests, Robert Houser’s Fatherhood isn’t just about one individual but the varied roles played by fathers in the lives of children. Lovingly photographed, the book is as close as you can get to an advertisement for becoming a dad.

Turning the old axiom “The clothes make the man” on its head, My Father’s Tuxedo tells the story of four generations through an unlikely vehicle. Martin J. Smith’s ode to fatherhood is filled with sparking wit and nostalgic photos.

If you have a favorite Blurb book devoted to dad, why not tell us about it in the comments?

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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for the mention in your blog. It’s a great book.

    By Kent Hall
      May 27, 2011 – 5:15 pm   Permalink
  2. I’ m like to this program of fatherhood,because I always playing with my only son, sixth year old,he is my beloved son.He laid”s ambition to become a fighter jet pilot in a future.

    By Sai Kham Lynn
      June 10, 2011 – 2:11 am   Permalink

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