Father’s Day is almost upon us, and we know that many of you will be looking for the perfect gift. Dads come in all varieties—some are young, some are old; some are sporty, and some are brainy—but no matter what type of Dad you have, it is important to remind him how much he means to you. We have rounded up four books for four different types of fathers. Take a look below to find a book that will be the perfect fit!
For the Sentimental Dad: My Dad & Me by Larry King
We like this book because it is a simple reflection on how important dads are in our lives. Larry King asks more than 120 successful and famous friends to reflect on a favorite memory of their father. We like the idea of writing down your favorite memory of your father and giving it to him with this book. This is an e-book so it would make a great first purchase if dad is also getting a new e-reader.
For the Dad Who Likes to Eat: The Deen Bros. Get Fired Up by Jamie and Bobby Deen
Summer is here, so many dads have one thing on their mind: grilling out with friends and family. Make sure your favorite grill master has the latest recipes from the Deen brothers. This present is also the gift that keeps on giving since we presume you will get to be the guinea pig for at least one of his grilling masterpieces. Yum!
For the New Dad: Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney
For all the young fathers out there, this classic Sam McBratney title is the perfect book to sit and read with their young ones. What better way to celebrate being a dad than sharing a heartfelt activity with their young child.
For the Science Geek Dad: Design in Nature by Adrian Bejan and J. Peder Zane
If your dad is more into the way things work than working the grill, he will definitely find Design in Nature a fascinating read. Praised for making sense out of random patterns, this book is shifting the way that people look at the world around them and the future.