Become a Better Father – Enroll in “Dad’s Class”!

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Timely new nonfiction teaches positive, lasting techniques to fathers willing to make the extra effort.

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Nun has created an accessible, practical program that empowers men with the skills and motivation to take a vested interest in their children’s lives.

William Shakespeare famously wrote in “The Merchant of Venice” that “It is a wise father that knows his own child.” In today’s fast-paced world, fatherhood comes with more responsibilities than ever, and in his new book, Dad’s Class: Interacting, Connecting, Mentoring(published by WestBow Press), Dennis L. Nun arms dads from all walks of life with the essential tools for raising well-adjusted children, forming lifelong bonds with their progeny while simultaneously fulfilling the duties – in many cases – of husband and head of household.

Realizing that there are some fathers – young dads in particular – who need to take their parenting role more seriously and learn to mentor and guide their children, Nun has created an accessible, practical program that empowers men with the skills and motivation to take a vested interest in their children’s lives.

A touching introduction from Nun’s daughter, Sarah, lends a personal testimony to the effectiveness of the lessons taught in Dad’s Class. She candidly writes about the prevalence of women – young and old, from all walks of life – who have distant, damaged, or even nonexistent relationships with their fathers and shares her observations of the devastating, often overlooked consequences of those rifts between parent and child.

Ideal for young fathers who want to become more involved in their children’s lives but just don’t know how, Dad’s Class is a perfect combination of encouragement, ideas and information that will benefit generations to come.

What dads are saying about Dad’s Class:

“American families are in crisis. At a time when 25 million American children (one in three kids) are growing up without their dads, Dennis Nun provides practical suggestions in Dad’s Class for those men committed to being involved in the lives of their children. It is a must read for men who desire to be responsible and committed dads.”
—Gregg Nicklas, CEO, Christian Heritage Children’s Home

“Dad’s Class is relevant to the current crisis involving the lack of parenting in our country. I would recommend it to any parent or coach as an excellent resource.”
—Dr. Tom Osborne, former coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers, UNL athletic director and
    Founder of The Teammates™ Mentoring Program.

About the Author
Dennis L. Nun and his wife, Patty, have six children. Determined to spend meaningful one-on-one time with his children, he set out to create a model for other fathers to use in becoming better fathers. Nun is also the author of The Conklin Solution: How To Harness the Power of CONKLIN to Build Your Business.
For more information, please visit http://www.dadsclass.com.

About WestBow Press
WestBow Press is a strategic self-publishing alliance of Thomas Nelson, the world's premier Christian publisher, and Author Solutions, Inc. (ASI), the world leader in the fastest-growing segment of publishing. For more information, visit http://www.westbowpress.com.

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