Dad, the Hero or All Star?

All -Pro Dad is a helpful book written for Dads. The book can be purchased and researched at .

Author, Mark Merrill has given us 8 chapters in the playbook for being an inspirational father. The book operates like a sort of playbook in that 7 out of the 8 chapters start with “Know”.

  • Fatherhood Fundamentals
  • Know your make-up
  • Know your mindset
  • Know your motive
  • Know your method
  • Know your model
  • Know your message
  • Know your master
As the reader gets into the text, they will see this as a guide of healthy information for fathers. There is a great chance that most readers will already “know” these principles and see them as timely reminders for fatherhood. This book does not necessarily go deep into the theology of being a father and what is at stake with raising children. Rather this book is an inspirational read that can motivate, encourage, and promote healthy parenting. I would strongly advise this book on the practical side of discovering what kind of father one desires to be. I would not advise this book on the deep implications of being a father and the ins & outs of the issues of raising children.
It seems that the author “knows” who audience and “knows” what his book and what his book is not. I commend him for that.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.



Posted on July 10, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Dad, the Hero or All Star?.

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