Here's a great gift idea for Father's Day next month -- whether for your husband or your own dad who likes to read.
Enter to win a copy of this amazing-sounding anthology from more than two dozen fathers of girls: What I Would Tell Her: 28 Devoted Dads on Bringing Up, Holding On to and Letting Go of Their Daughters, edited by Andrea N. Richesin.
To enter to win a copy of this anthology, simply tell us ...
What's one thing you learned from your father or from another father figure in your life?
From the book jacket:
"In this surprisingly vulnerable collection, twenty-eight talented fathers explore the complex, enigmatic bond they have with their daughters. These endearing, often funny, and sometimes heartbreaking stories have in common an overpowering sense of responsibility and a depth of affection that is unflinchingly tender. Through their shared experiences, they examine relationships fraught with challenges and struggles, but always filled with love. The gentle strength they bring to this important role in their daughters' lives will speak to families for generations to come."
Enter to win a copy of What I Would Tell Her:
To be entered to win one of three copies of What I Would Tell Her, which includes an essay from one of my favorite dad writers James Griffioen, just leave your answer to the above question in the comments below!
Here are the giveaway rules ...
Only your first comment counts as an entry.
Three (3) CafeMoms who reply to this post with a comment by 11:59 p.m. (EST) on Friday, May 7, 2010, will be chosen at random to receive a copy of What I Would Tell Her (valued at $10.04).*
*No Purchase Necessary. Starts May 3, 2010 at 10:45 p.m. (EST) and ends May 7, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. (EST). Open to US residents, 16 years and older, who are CafeMom members. Void where prohibited. Click here for the Official Rules.