A lot of books you’ll read about being a Dad are factual manuals of biology and birth. This is different. It’s a hands-on, real-world guide to building your relationship with your child. It’s divided into two sections, ‘The power of Yes’ and ‘The power of No’. These both contain principles which are easy to apply to daily life. ‘Yes’ focuses on how to use and make the most of your time with your child. ‘No’ considers the challenge of discipline.
Tom’s point is that though he’s not brilliant, Yes and No are. They make it possible for average blokes to become brilliant dads.
How to be a Brilliant Dad in only fifty pages will prepare you not just for the early days, but for the early years. If you’re new to being a dad it’ll get you off to a flying start. Equally, if you’re a few years down the line, it’ll help you to reflect on how it’s going. It all comes in a compact package of 50 conversationally-written pages. So give it a read. Enjoy.
About the author:
Tom Nichols lives in Leicester, is married to Sian, and is proud dad to Ollie and Finn. He is quite happy with being average at pretty much everything in life – except being a dad.