15 books for dad for Christmas that he'll actually read - HelloGigglesPicking out a gift for your dad , especially on Father's Day , can be tricky. You don't want to get anything too generic, and you'd love if it didn't look like you bought it just hours before. So if he's a reader , we have a simple solution: get dad a new book. And while it may be difficult to pinpoint his favorite genre, we've got you covered. From a Stephen King horror classic , to a tell-it-like-it-is self-help book, celebrity penned memoirs , and novels that are getting the movie treatment , you're bound to find the right story for the special man in your life. If your father loves fantasy, this book is for him. If they can't resist a little horror, this Stephen King classic about a mysterious entity terrorizing a small town is sure to become a quick favorite.
25 Father’s Day Books That Cover All of Dad’s Interests
We're getting down to the wire, Christmas shopping-wise, and somehow dads always end up being the last unchecked box on the Christmas shopping list. So what's the most thoughtful gift you can give a person with the least effort? That's right—a book they'll love. Let us help you cross off one person on your list. We've broken down the best Dad Books of the year, by type of dad. Bean Dad. Besides tapping into L.
He teaches you important life lessons , makes you laugh, and is always just a phone call away when you need him. Because we know exactly what your dad wants: a good book. No, seriously. These books for dad are guaranteed to be a hit. This list includes biographies of musicians, movie stars, and politicians. Plus, there are memoirs that will seriously make him think. Dads eat that up.
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