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DAD AND ME By R.H.B. Jackson
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A true storey starting in the mid 1800s, about generations of a Maine family and how they faced: life, death, hardships, hard work. Using common sense, humor and sometimes two-fisted decision making... More > tactics.< Less
After Dad By Margaret Pitz
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After Dad, a coming-of-age tale with a difference, is the story of Ariel's emergence into the world after spending two years as the often-willing abductee of Will, a man who stopped at nothing to... More > fulfill his obsessive fantasy. It is the story of her emotional healing and re-entry into normal life as she absorbs and comes to terms with all that had happened in those two years. Now living with her birth father, Arial faces the task of integrating with her peers and engaging in activities more appropriate for a sixteen-year-old. She befriends Pat, a fellow student in a philosophy class at the local college and a gadfly and catalyst for Ariel's growth and healing. She quickly becomes Ariel's window on the real world, a sounding board and a counterpoint and mirror for Ariels' feelings. They shape each other as together they reveal the full horror of what happened to Ariel in those missing two years. Told with humor and poignancy, this is a charming sequel to Finding Dad, an earlier novel by Margaret Pitz.< Less
Willie's Dad By Stanley Williams
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Willie's Dad is in jail. He is worried that if something does not change, Willie will not have a good chance in life. He makes a hard decision, based on unselfish love for his son. You can stream my... More > author's reading of the story (and more than two dozen other, humorous, videos based on some of my most fun and funny interactions with students), at this url: http://contrail.gather.com/< Less
My Dad's Diary - Part Two - To The Bitter End By Clive Hoad
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Continuing Christopher Hind's story based on his Father Cliff's diary that was written before he was born. Chris was now 70 years of age. Looking back from what would be our future 2078, Chris... More > had discovered that his Father had been protecting his family in an underground shelter during a terrorist war with the world. Now, suffering not only loss, abandonment and new members to watch over, they struggle to even feed themselves while endeavouring to survive. It is no picnic when trouble seems to run into them around every corner. With all odds against them, just who will survive "to the bitter end".< Less
My Dad's "Subjective" Diary - Part Two - To the Bitter End By Clive Hoad
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Continuing Christopher Hind's story based on his Father Cliff's diary that was written before he was born. Chris was now 70 years of age. Looking back from what would be our future 2078, Chris... More > had discovered that his Father had been protecting his family in an underground shelter during a terrorist war with the world. Now, suffering not only loss, abandonment and new members to watch over, they struggle to even feed themselves while endeavouring to survive. It is no picnic when trouble seems to run into them around every corner. With all odds against them, just who will survive "to the bitter end".< Less
On Dad's Watch Book 1 By Michael Malgeri
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Years one and two in the weekly "On Dad's Watch" series of stories about family life from a Dad's perspective
The Asha Chronicles By Asha's Dad
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Asha’s Dad struggles to put aside memories of his own childhood traumas in order to provide his daughter, Asha, with a happy childhood. Along the way he exploits a good sense of humor,... More > allegory, poetry, stream of consciousness flashbacks and some gritty story telling to prepare his daughter for falling in love, getting a job, marriage, finances, and even death. Asha’s Dad is persistent about making fatherhood a priority even through marital separation, unemployment and devastating personal losses. Whether in the days of being a busy professional working two jobs or his time as a homeless street artist, whether in the days when she makes him laugh or breaks his heart, he values his time with his daughter and seeks to share the experience with the reader in a moving way. It's the gift of a happy childhood and father-daughter relationship wrapped up in book form.< Less
The Asha Chronicles By Asha's Dad
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Asha’s Dad struggles to overcome his own past childhood traumas in order to provide his daughter, Asha, with a happy childhood. Along the way he exploits a good sense of humor, allegory,... More > poetry, stream of consciousness flashbacks and some gritty story telling to prepare his daughter for falling in love, getting a job, marriage, finances, and even death. Asha’s Dad is persistent about making fatherhood a priority even through marital separation, unemployment and devastating personal losses. Whether in the days of being a busy professional working two jobs or his time as a homeless street artist, whether in the days when she makes him laugh or breaks his heart, he values his time with his daughter and seeks to share the experience with the reader in a moving way. It's the gift of a happy childhood and father-daughter relationship wrapped up in book form.< Less
Wakey, Wakey Dad! By Natasha Ekwuozor
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Wakey, Wakey Dad! is a fun story about two children, Jaden and Kyra, and their attempts to wake their dad up. Dad just snores on the sofa and refuses to awaken. The children try lots of different... More > things, but which will work?< Less
Dad's War - Salonika 1918 By sheila weston
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A gentle description of my father's RAMC army experiences, covering the years 1917 to 1920. It includes an almost idyllic journey by boat and train down to Salonika in Greece, where he spent the next... More > two years before he was demobbed, early in 1920< Less