I had ample opportunity to ask Dad these questions when he was alive, But it seemed that a million reasons not to do so could always be found. It was a waste of everything Dad had ever seen, done, and thought about not to hear his answers, and I regret not finding out more about him when I had the chance. Questions for My Father was borne of that regret and has one underlying objective: to develop a blueprint for discovery so that children of any age can start to build a clearer, deeper picture of the man behind the word . -- Vincent Staniforth
Vin Staniforth was born in England. While honeymooning in the United States, Vin was called home after his father became very ill. His father died two days after Vin’s return, and Vin came to realize how much he still wanted to learn about—and from—his father. That realization was the inspiration for Questions for My Father. Vin lives with his wife and two sons in Atlanta, Georgia.
Publisher: Atria Books/Beyond Words (August 2, 2011)
Length: 112 pages
"We have learned so much about the power of open, authentic communications. Questions for My Father will encourage fathers and their children to pursue a deeper, more meaningful relationship." -- Kristine Van Raden and Molly Davis, authors of Letters to Our Daughters
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