100 Ideas for Dads Who Love Their Kids but Find Them Exhausting

by Willem Van Eekelen

eBooks of the Month Humorous and Funny Books The Real World

100 Ideas for Dads Who Love Their Kids but Find Them Exhausting Synopsis

Willem loves his children but finds them exhausting. Then, one day, he challenges them to find games that require him to lie on the sofa. They have the best day ever! This witty new book features an eclectic range of activities for kids and their dads - and all without the adult's boredom and exhaustion that often accompanies 'child's play'. Written from a personal perspective, Willem gives every activity a suggested age range and provides tips and golden rules along the way. The book includes games for at home, in the car, at the park, in the pool, at the forest - pretty much anywhere where parents and children spend time together. All games are fun for both and relaxing for dads, and none of them require money or preparation. After a long day at work, your children can either finish you off or get you to recover - depending on how you play it.

100 Ideas for Dads Who Love Their Kids but Find Them Exhausting Press Reviews

A nifty little pocket-sized book dosed heavily with humour, and the perfect father's day present for slacker dads. -- Read it, daddy Read it daddy - a book and media blog for parents


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ISBN: 9781472906038
Publication date: 27/03/2014
Publisher: Featherstone Education an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781472906038
Publication date: 27th March 2014
Author: Willem Van Eekelen
Publisher: Featherstone Education an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Format: Paperback
Genres: eBook Favourites, Humour, The Real World,
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About Willem Van Eekelen

As an economist, this father of two likes getting maximum joy out of a unit of effort.

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