Dad's Class

Interacting • Connecting • Mentoring

by Dennis L. Nun



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/10/2010

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 212
ISBN : 9781449702366
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 212
ISBN : 9781449702373
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 212
ISBN : 9781449702380

About the Book

Eight rules for building a successful relationship through your own personal Dad’s Class & over 60 topics and dozens of questions to launch the learning.

“Dad’s Class is relevant to the current crisis involving the lack of parenting in our country. I would recommend it to any parent or coach as an excellent resource.”

– Dr. Tom Osborne
Former Coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers,
UNL Athletic Director and Founder of The Teammates™ Mentoring Program.

“Of all the goals I have accomplished, being a father and seeing my children succeed has been the most rewarding. Parenting is a continual adventure and Dennis Nun’s excellent book Dad’s Class provides an invaluable map to follow that enables you to make the trip enjoyable with determination and purpose.”

– Dr. John Goddard
World Explorer - Author of The Survivor and Kayaks Down the Nile

“Dad’s Class is a concise and poignant book which reminds us of a simple truth: Dads Matter! Dennis Nun has distilled his experience and passion in an easy to read format which will help fathers strengthen their relationships with their children. Dad’s Class challenges us to review our priorities and consider how we can improve in the role of Dad. I heartily recommend this book! I know you will benefit greatly from reading Dad’s Class and using it as a tool to strengthen your family.”

– Ken Canfield, Ph. D.
Founder, National Center for Fathering
Director of Boone Center for the Family at Pepperdine

About the Author

Dennis L. Nun is the father of six and husband to one. He and his wife Patty were married nine years before being blessed with the first of their six children. Desiring to be a fully-engaged father, he set out to spend intentional one-on-one time with each of his children. His approach to Dad’s Class can provide you with a template to use in being the father that your children and your spouse need for you to be.