You’ve already done the World’s Best Dad coffee mugs, the neckties, the cufflinks, and the breakfasts in bed. What else is there to give your dad to make this Father’s Day a day to remember? If your dad loves to read, then Tarcher/Penguin has you covered. Check out our list of suggestions below, and have a happy Father’s Day!
(Of course, it’s not just dads who would love these books—they’re great gifts for any parent or loved one!)
Cat Daddy: What the World’s Most Incorrigible Cat Taught Me About Life, Love, and Coming Clean by Jackson Galaxy – No matter if you’re a cat person or a dog person—or even if you’re not an animal person at all—this unconventional memoir is sure to inspire you. In Cat Daddy, Jackson Galaxy (star of Animal Planet’s My Cat from Hell) tells the gripping story of how the original cat from hell helped him get his life back on track.
The Internet Is a Playground: Irreverent Correspondences of an Evil Online Genius by David Thorne – For the dad who likes comedy—on or off the Internet—this volume is a must-have. Australian satirist David Thorne’s New York Times-bestselling book The Internet Is a Playground is the complete collection of viral e-mails and articles (including his best-known, “Missing Missy”) from Thorne’s infamous, hilarious website, 27bslash6.
Grow the Tree You Got: & 99 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Adolescents and Teenagers by Tom Sturges – Even the best dad in the world can use a little help at times. In Grow the Tree You Got, Tom Sturges collects 100 tested- and-true tips for parenting children through their adolescent and teen years to guide them to become exemplary adults.