Daddyhood: Being a Daddy and Not Just a Father (Hardcover)

Author: Blount, Charles

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In his book Daddyhood, Charles Blount, well-known author of Whatever Happened to Charlie Boy continues his journey to break the chain of abuse and neglect, which he vividly describes in the story about Charlie Boy. Mr. Blount poses the question, "What is a Daddy?" and presents in convincing argument that, though any man can become a father, it takes lots of work and something special to become a "Daddy." The author presents his argument through the personal experience of marriage, childbirth and divorce. He also argues that even the break-up of a marriage does not have to mark the end of a family, and for the sake of one''s child, should not. In a series of simple rules, Mr. Blount shows the reader how to accomplish this for the good of your child and your own well being; good advice for anyone wanting the best for their family.


Publisher Authorhouse
Mfg Part# 9781434336439
SKU 207531552
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 1434336433
Release Date 3/3/2008
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Book Format Hardcover
Number of Pages 0216
Publisher Authorhouse
$34.74 + $2.98 shipping
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