The Manual to Manhood – Jonathan Catherman

The Manual to Manhood is published by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

The Manual to Manhood is published by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

About the Book
About the Author

Summary: Boys are men in the making. Learn how to do a bunch of important “guy stuff” in The Manual to Manhood. From household maintenance to relationship maintenance, Jonathan Catherman presents important life skills in step-by-step fashion.

Review: I really want to say that this is a “cute” book, but what boy wants to read a “cute” book? I’m not a male, obviously, but I’m married to one and a parent to another. Thankfully my husband has most of the things written in the book under his belt, but our son still has to learn them (he’s 7, he’s got time!). If daddy happens to be gone, or he’s too embarrassed to ask about something, our son can open up The Manual to Manhood and find good answers.

What do I like about this book? Well, first off I like that everything is approached in a step-by-step manner. It really breaks it down and makes it easier for some of the more difficult tasks, like tying a tie. I also really appreciate that teaching boys how to grow into men is something that the author is passionate about. It means he’s going to give them accurate and worthwhile information.

Definitely a must-have book for sons! It would even be something fun for fathers and sons to go through together, if both are willing parties!

Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Revell in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are my own, no other compensation was received.

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