Questions for my Father is the direct result of a conversation between Vincent Staniforth and his father a few years prior to his death. It is a book that may prompt dads and their children to ask each other these and many other questions. Or it may prompt dads to think of how their own fathers might have responded. The main objective, however, has been to develop a blueprint for discovery so that children of any age can build a clearer, deeper picture of the man behind the word Dad.
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I normally don't buy books like this, as I always feel that Fatherhood is too precious and profound a subject for a short read like "Questions". I'm glad I DID buy it, though, because it really opened my eyes to the stuff that Dads and their children SHOULD talk about - before it's too late. Great questions. I loved the narrative that flows between the questions - it adds a very enjoyable dimension to the book.