Fatherhood

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Doubleday, 1986 - Family & Relationships - 178 pages
In this collection of ruminations, anecdotes, and vignettes, the actor/ comedian covers the paternal gamut from the first child's birth to the challenges of raising teenagers and the ambivalence of watching kids leave home

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3.5 stars As one could probably guess, Fatherhood is about being a father. Bill Cosby shares stories, jokes and advice on the topic. It was funny. I’ve always liked Bill Cosby. I don’t have kids (nor ... Read full review

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A very humours book that really gives the facts of life in regards to raising kids from a father's point of view. It made me reflect that I take myself much too seriously. When kids do what they do ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction by Alvin F Poussaint M D
1
Chapter Two With Bouquets and Back
25
Chapter Four Are They Evolutions
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