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Night of the Living Dad

Night of the Living Dad (Paperback)

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A mop of black hair, wrinkled skin, a blueish-grey complexion and pretty, open eyes that dart around the room. You could call her scary and weird-looking I suppose but I quite like her. Sam Delaney is happy: he is a new dad. He plans to be a caring, wise and reliable father. Except he worries he might be none of those things. He worries that he might be an idiot. His nieces and nephews see him as a lovable buffoon. He is a clumsy oaf and sporadic binge-drinker who doesn't have a proper job and cites 'Teen Wolf's dad' as his biggest role model. Is he really fit for this new position of responsibility? There's only one way he'll be able to find out. Follow Sam in his first year of fatherhood as he tries to figure out what a good dad should be, and, even more importantly, what sort of dad he should be.

BiographyBiography: generalAutobiography: generalHealth & WellbeingAdvice on the stages of lifeParentingPregnancy, birth & baby careHumour Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division Publication Date: 01/07/2009 ISBN-13: 9781848540934  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Sam Delaney is an award-winning writer and broadcaster whose columns and features appear regularly in the Guardian and the Sunday Telegraph. He has also written for the Independent, the Scotsman, GQ, Arena, Cosmopolitan, Company, Q and the NME and recently contributed to Hang the DJ: The Faber Book of Alternative Music Lists. He is a regular presenter on BBC Radio Five Live and has written and presented TV documentaries for the BBC, Channel Four, and Channel Five. He is the author of Get Smashed: The Men Who Made The Ads That Changed Our Lives, described by the Daily Telegraph as 'fascinating and often hilarious'. In a former life he was a teaboy for Gordon Brown.

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