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Dad's Playbook: Wisdom for Fathers from the Greatest Coaches of All Time Hardcover – April 18, 2012
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Tom Limbert is a Parent Coach and the co-creator of Studio Grow, a children's play space with locations in Berkeley, Concord, and Danville, California. He lives with his wife and son in El Cerrito, California. Tom can be found online at parentcoachtom.com.
Steve Young has been named the Most Valuable Player of the NFL and of Super Bowl XXIX. He holds the NFL record for the highest career passer rating and won 6 NFL passing titles. He has 4 children, and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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It’s a good coffee table book (although on the small side, I stack it on my larger books) and makes a great conversation piece.
Even without the context of sports, this book has great pearls of wisdom for anyone. Also, the photographs are beautiful. Very candid and full of emotion.
I purchased it and made it a gift to my husband from our then unborn son, and he just thought it was adorable. Any dad would appreciate the thought and aesthetic in this book.
If I had to list a con, it didn’t have quite as many quotes as I expected, and they repeat the coaches (you’ll have a disproportionate number of quotes from the same people a few times). But I don’t think that takes anything away from the book, and still find it to be a five star product.