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Published:November 7th, 2012 11:59 EST
Bless Our Troops for Veterans Day: Buy a Book

Bless Our Troops for Veterans Day: Buy a Book

By SOP newswire2

For every copy bought at or a free copy will be sent to a US Military Dad

For every purchase of the new fatherhood bestseller Be a Better Dad Today! at the Fellowship of Fathers Foundation (501c3) will send a free copy to a US Military dad. The Foundation is partnering with to make the Buy/Bless Program possible.

This program enables Americans everywhere to bless the US Military Fathers and their families on whom we all depend ...and to be blessed themselves by a fatherhood classic.

Be A Better Dad Today! (Regal) has become a national bestseller. It lays out the `Ten Tools of Fatherhood` while speaking directly to the challenges that fathers face today, including members of our military. Dozens of nationally known fathers such as Senators John McCain and Joe Lieberman as well as Governors Jeb Bush and Sam Brownback have warmly praised Slayton`s new bestseller, which is destined to be a fatherhood classic.

Be A Better Dad Today! devotes a chapter to each of the Ten Tools of Fatherhood and a "Put it to Work" section following each chapter. Slayton offers specific advice for fathers raising kids on their own or in blended families and dedicates another chapter to long-distance dads -- perfect for military fathers far from their own families.

Be a Better Dad Today! has practical tips for every kind of father, yet ONE unique message for ALL dads: It is never too late to become the best dad you can be...because being a good father is the most important role you will ever have.

Purchase a book today for the father in your life - and bless those US Military fathers and their families on whom we all depend. or

Product Details: Hardcover: 268 pages Publisher: Regal (April 12, 2012)
ISBN-10: 0830732078. ISBN-13: 978-0830762071 Product

About the Author:
The Honorable GREGORY W. SLAYTON is an American author, businessman, diplomat, philanthropist and professor, but, more importantly, a father of four great kids. Born in Ohio, he grew up without a real father and then travelled the world studying fathers and fatherhood on five continents. Gregory now resides in Hanover, New Hampshire, with his wife and four children.

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