Children interested in surfing will be raring to go after reading "My Daddy Taught Me to Surf", which was written by two local Charleston surfers who have been friends, fathers and surfers for years.
--Lowcountry Parent Magazine
Expect to learn basic surfing terminology, surf traditions and even how to paddle out when you take the board for the first time.
--Charleston Outdoors Magazine By Evans Craddock
Parents will enjoy the story as much as their children, as it serves as a reminder of the many reasons we all love the sand and surf.
--Surfpulse / Reviewed by Courtney McCaffrey
I was pleased to see a book like this that is not only a true story in a lot of our lives, it also educates at the same time. --Locals Only Magazine
If you want your kid to grow up to be awesome, it's a good place to start! --Huck Magazine
From the Author
From the moment he learned he was going to be a father, he knew that the joys and life lessons that he experienced with surfing were one day going to be passed onto his child. This desire along with a complete inability to draw allowed him to work with his closest friend, Shane Lasby to bring together a small testament of this love for surfing and their children into a book that they both believe will help foster these lessons for any parent and child. Joseph lives and surfs in Charleston, SC with his wife Allison and son Jonah.
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