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by Walter Roark


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Mr. Roark hits the nail on the head with this very funny, very real book. care of the kids - he thought he had done his job well--he had kept them alive until I got home!

book by Walter Roark. A tongue-in-cheek peek at modern parenting from a father’s point of view, this spoof is targeted at today’s career-minded mom and dad team. Mr.

Published October 1, 2005 by Clearing Skies Press. In library, Humor, Parenting, Protected DAISY, Child rearing, Father and infant.

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Walter Roark is the author of two award-winning CD-ROMs, Life’s Greatest Mysteries and Nine Month Miracle. You’re a happy new father with wife and offspring safe and secure on their first magical night home from the hospital. You drift into restful sleep

Walter Roark is the author of two award-winning CD-ROMs, Life’s Greatest Mysteries and Nine Month Miracle. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Home from the Hospital (A Star Is Born). You drift into restful sleep. Soon you’re dreaming you’re a world-famous Hollywood director having a dream. In this vivid fantasy, you’re on the set of your latest movie and everything is going splendidly. Best of all, it’s a very light schedule today and this particular set is the quietest, most peaceful one you can remember.

The market for this book is based on demographics. I was behind on Tulane coursework and actually used UCLA’s materials to help me move forward and get everything together on time. Jill Tulane University ‘16, Course Hero Intern.

Irreverent and full of fresh insight, this "not your typical parent" parenting guide encourages new fathers to laugh while they learn and make the most of the challenges and charms of infant care. Dads of all ages and walks of life can take a lesson from time-honored, mommy-approved tips and tricks, all charged with humor and aimed at showing that a father doesn't need to be perfect to be a great dad. New "Pop" quizzes add to the fun, along with the newly revealed "10 Commandments of Father–Infant Care." Honest and informative while still stylish and witty, this guide to modern fatherhood mixes fun with fact to keep baby—and daddy—alive and well.

Comments: (6)

Priotian
Like a Monty Python skit, this book may not please folks who are prone to take themselves too seriously, but it sure is funny. And while it makes fun of every ridiculous situation that pops up with your growing infant, I think the author does so in a good natured way. To see what I'm talking about, read a few passages from the Toy chapter or the Walking-Talking chapter. To my mind, the satire is always honest and up to date, never mean spirited. Anyway, I laughed my head off, even though this is our second baby, and all of the challenges weren't exactly new.
--a Tickled Dad's two cents
P.S. I thought the sequel about toddlers was at least as good. Keeping Your Toddler on Track till Mommy Gets Back: The Toddler Survival Guide for 21st-Century Dads
Wel
I liked the original so much, my wife gave me this Special Edition when we celebrated a new baby on the way. Not only is it a pretty clever satire, it's also true to life and very funny. He didn't come to the shower, but my dad (the doting grandfather) got the companion book Keeping Your Grandkids Alive till Their Ungrateful Parents Arrive: The Guide for Fun-Loving Granddads. He said it tickled his granddad funny bone. I asked him, you mean it's a hoot for old coots? He said yeah, but don't call me old.
Dori
I expected this to be a fun book with information helpful for my husband, who has never been around babies. Because there is nothing practical in it, the humor is wince-inducing. The book seems very dated -- something that might have been funny back in the day when it was cute that grown men were scared of dirty diapers. I found "The New Father" by Armin Brott to be much more what I was looking for. It's not a humor book, but then, this one isn't either.
Agrainel
This book is a humorous treatment of caring for a baby. That much is clear from the other reviews. What is not clear, though, is that this book does not present facts which are useful in the course of attempting to be funny.

Let me be clear: This is a comedy, there is no useful information in this book. I would not recommend this to anyone who actually would like some tips on caring for a baby, but presented in a light-hearted manner. There is an excellent book which I would describe as just that: Be Prepared: A Practical Handbook for New Dads by Gary Greenberg and Jeannie Hayden.

I would not recommend Keeping The Baby Alive to anyone, it's not that funny and it's got zilch for information.
Diredefender
This was my husband's favorite book of the three I gave him, the first as a shower gift, the other two later in pregnancy. I wanted him to have something fun and lighthearted to read since we had a stack of serious baby care guides. Keeping the Baby Alive was the last gift, and by far the best. He especially liked the pre-birth chapter and the ones on feeding and first words-first steps. I enjoyed listening to him laugh out loud!
Quphagie
My husband liked the original so much, I gave him this new edition as a personal gift for our co-ed shower. New baby on the way equals new challenges! Chapter one on pregnancy is cute and true-to-life, but the short chapter on the Ten Commandments of Infant Care (also new) is worth the cost of the book. What a riot!
Keeping the Baby Alive till Your Wife Gets Home download epub
Humor
Author: Walter Roark
ISBN: 097079374X
Category: Humor & Entertainment
Subcategory: Humor
Language: English
Publisher: Clearing Skies Press; Special edition edition (October 1, 2005)
Pages: 192 pages