Book Review: Handy Dad by Todd Davis



Without saying, even if your Dad/husband isn't the DIY type, this little book is going to take them back to when they were a kid and probably inspire them to pull out the tools to at least try one of these projects in this book, Handy Dad by Todd Davis (25 Awesome Projects for Dads and Kids). From easy projects such as a simple yet very cool paper airplane to afternoon projects like "water-balloon launchers" and weekend projects like a rad half-pipe or my favourite, the skate longboard and zip line. This book is a must to take to the cottage for the summer and a great idea as a gift for Father's Day.


Available through Raincoast Book, Amazon.ca and Chronicle Books.

Handy Dad
25 Awesome Projects for Dads and Kids
ISBN 9780811869584
ISBN10 081186958X



Jan Halvarson

6 comments:

SodaPopGirl said...

what a great find for fathers day. Is it strange that at the age of 37 I felt suddenly compelled to build a go-cart? go-carts where the best. :)

whataboutsummer said...

I love the pictures of children; their facial expressions of joy are contagious! dads are the best
Katherine

whataboutsummer said...

I love the pictures of children; their facial expressions of joy are contagious! dads are the best
Katherine

luluvillage said...

My husband keeps remembering the go carts of his childhood, this would be an awesome incentive to revisit all that and not in words alone

angki said...

this is a great book for my husband though he is not a diy person :D hopefully he could manage to do some diy after reading this book! :P i am sharing your post at my blog (again!) thank youu :)

Carol Smyth said...

My husband runs for cover at the mention of a diy project. I am the handyman in the house. This, however, would completely appeal to his giant kid side. Swinging and shooshing with the kids...what fun. THanks for the early FD idea.
Carol@The Design Pages

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