Who's Got You? Observations of a Catholic Homeschooling Father

Who's Got You? Observations of a Catholic Homeschooling Father

by 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, John 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

Overview

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, John 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.

Editorial Reviews

catholiclane.com - Patti Maguire Armstrong
Throughout the book, Clark breaks down fathering and homeschooling down to it's ultimate value�to lead our children to Christ not by sheer brilliance but by love, desire and seeking to put God first in our families. It is a book written by a Dad speaking to other Dads, but that does not mean women can't read it too. But given that there is so much more written about mothering, this book is a welcome addition to homeschool reading.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014248976
Publisher:
Seton Press
Publication date:
11/20/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
148
File size:
247 KB

Meet the Author

Mr. John Clark was homeschooled for seven years in the 1980's. He earned a B.A. in Political Science and Economics from Christendom College in 1992. He is now a devoted father of nine children, for whom he takes an active role in their homeschool education. He writes one of the most popular Catholic homeschooling columns in America and has spoken at numerous Catholic conferences around the country on the topic of the father's role in the homeschooling family.

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