Seton's Description: Who's Got You? Observations of a Catholic Homeschooling Father
by Mr. John Clark.
From the unique perspective of a father of nine children, covering topics that affect nearly all dads, ranging from Little League, to cooking, to driving children all over the place, Clark explains why, as a Catholic father, you should be “laughing instead of crying.” In an age shirking away from the responsibilities of fatherhood, he illustrates why authentic fatherhood is so important and how it can be so rewarding. Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 inches. Softcover. 148 pp.
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EXCELLENT BOOK!, April 29, 2012
I THOROUGHLY ENJOYED READING JOHN CLARK'S BOOK AFTER MY HUSBAND WAS DONE WITH IT. GREAT GIFT IDEA FOR FATHER'S DAY. IT IS ALWAYS NICE TO HEAR OTHER FAMILIES STORIES OF THEIR HOMESCHOOLING JOURNEY. WE ALL HAVE CHALLENGES, BUT IN THE END THE REWARD IS GREAT.
Loved this book, June 20, 2012
I bought this book for my husband for Father's Day after reading a sample chapter. I just had to write to say how much we're both enjoying it. The chapters are short and to the point (great for busy homeschooling parents), but also very funny. The book offers encouragement to homeschool dads without being preachy, and it's a good read for moms, too!
I particularly enjoyed the chapters on baseball and fishing!
Refreshing and inspiring, June 8, 2014
As a father of 3 young kids I can say that I was very happy to read about all the challenges Mr. Clark has faced and to read it in such a light-hearted context. I laughed my way through the book and came to this website to see if he has any others written. Very enjoyable and inspiring. Thanks!
Wonderful read, July 11, 2014
Reviewer: Shak Hill
As a homeschooling father, I very much enjoyed the stories and insight that John provides. His writing is easy to read, yet deeply insightful.
If you are looking for an uplifting read with stories that will touch you to the core, this is a must read! You will enjoy as I have, you will laugh as I did, and you will be moved as I was.