About Them: Written for his son upon graduation from high school, Tim Hoch’s 50 Rules for Sons is an inspiring gift book that shares a father’s wisdom with sons who are leaving the nest. Lessons like: Be open to and unashamed of the possibility that you might be wrong. Take stock of where you’ve been, but don’t dwell on it. If you show up to class on time and sit in one of the first three rows, you will succeed. In the first half of the book, the 50 rules are listed quickly, independent of any explanation—a format that appeals to the younger, 140-character generation.
This book that’s about 50 rules for son’s. This book is brilliant. I tell ya all the rules in this book are so awesome. Some I actually even heard of, and some wow, really but that makes sense. This book has the 50 rules, plus the end has some of what helped people and why, so you get a little of what and why. This book is paper back and is filled with quotes and pictures. This book is very simple and easy to read, anyone will love it. This would be a great fathers day book for fathers with son(s). Since we have two boys, we had fun reading these and getting the idea on how to place them in a toddlers mind. Some of these quotes even made me giggle. Good book and lots of fun reading!!
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