Father’s Day is fast approaching and here are three great gift suggestions any dad is sure to love!
Does dad love golf?
365 Golf Tips & Tricks From the Pros by Jay Morelli
A golf tip a day helps keep the bogeys away! This handy, illustrated guide contains the very best advice from more than 60 PGA teaching pros, compiled by a PGA Teacher of the Year. Color photos by a Sports Illustrated photographer clearly illustrate each skill—and the book is perfectly sized to take along on the course! It's a must-have for every golf enthusiast.
Or maybe dad’s more of a math guy?
THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK OF MATHEMATICS edited by Gina Kolata
A great mathematician once rejected the very idea that people outside his circle could ever understand the true essence of his field— and yet the 110 articles written from 1892 to 2010 in The New York Times reveals the complexity and true practicality of math for every person. The New York Times Book of Mathematics reveals a rich world that can be exciting, surprising, and even a bit emotional.
Let’s not leave out the science guys! (And this is my personal pick for my dad!)
The Space Book by Jim Bell
Have you ever looked up into the sky and wondered what’s out there? Or been in awe watching a satellite streak through the dark night? Journey through space—past galaxies, planets, and stars—in Jim Bell’s awe-inspiring collection of 250 fascinating milestones in the history of space and astronomy.
All three books are available at Barnes & Noble. Which book is perfect for your dad? Leave a comment below and let me know what you're getting for your daddy dearest! Until next time...