If You Don’t Know What #DadBooks Is, Here Are 15 Examples Of What You’re Missing


The problem with literature is that it often reads like the person writing it didn’t even care about their lawn. Great books are great and all, but great books with a father’s perspective are even better — or, at least, easier for you to sell your kid on. Maybe that’s why, when Barnes & Noble asked Twitter last week for updated, more realistic titles under the hashtag #DadBooks, everyone ran with it. Although Father’s Day is over, the following fake titles are a great reminder that dads on Twitter should be celebrated year round.

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