DADspirations Wins 3rd Annual Global Ebook Award for Its Dad-to-Be Book

DADspirations was honored with a bronze Global Ebook Award in the Parenting/Family Non-Fiction catetory for its dad-to-be book, DADspirations: The 1st 100 Days of Fatherhood, emphasizing why the first months of fatherhood are critical for a dad-to-be and new father.

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With increasing involvement, but lack of content available to dads, how can these new, American fathers become more confident and proactive at home?

Bartlett, IL (PRWEB) August 26, 2013

Dads-to-be and new fathers take note—men are choosing to take on a lot more responsibility at home.

According to a new survey by the Pew Research Center (http://goo.gl/ZCF1y4), Americans expect dad to be more of a moral teacher and emotional comforter than a breadwinner or disciplinarian. Nearly 60% of Americans believe that it is "extremely important” for a father to provide values and morals to his children. Roughly half say it is extremely important for a dad to provide emotional support (52%) and discipline (47%). And just 41% say providing income for his children is one of a father’s most important responsibilities.

However, as these dads take on new roles, there is far less educational material aimed specifically for them. Most, if not all men, are anxious for, or unsure about, the arrival of a newborn and the subsequent months of parenthood just as much as the women. As Kelly Wallace, of CNN Parents, points out, "Fatherhood has clearly changed from when I grew up and dads were about as likely to wake during the night as they were to actually give birth." Read Kelly's full article here: http://goo.gl/81QKvF .

With increasing involvement, but lack of content available to dads, how can these new, American fathers become more confident and proactive at home?

In "DADspirations: The 1st 100 Days of Fatherhood. Tips for Parenting Every New Dad and Dad-to-Be Should Know," author and humorist, Pete Densmore highlights why the first 100 days of fatherhood are critical for a new father and how developing a strategy will make the first months as positively impactful as possible, while also setting up the new dad for long-term success with his newborn.

And when it comes to a fathers’ role in children’s lives, another Pew study found that most Americans say that having a father in the home is essential to a child’s happiness. About seven-in-ten (69%) adults say that children need a father in the home to grow up happily.

About the Author
Pete Densmore, father of two, created DADspirations to provide a strategy that will give dads-to-be and new fathers the important things to know while showcasing 35 weekly ideas, illustrated with photographs, that a dad can creatively do for his wife, baby and himself.

About the Awards
The Global Ebook Awards honor and bring attention to the future of book publishing: Ebooks. Now in its third year, the Awards are in 72 specific categories. They are open to all publishers large and small so that a winner is the best in its category not just the best of small or regionally-published ebooks. For the full list of 2013 winners based on category, click http://goo.gl/mOCjUv.

Ordering information
DADspirations: The 1st 100 Days of Fatherhood is available in paperback and Ebook from Amazon.
Paperback purchase link: http://goo.gl/4Meh8C
Ebook purchase link: http://goo.gl/iyRi5L

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