“Dads Book of Awesome Projects–because dads are crafty too! Love this for Father’s Day!” — Martha Stewart Living via Pinterest.
“From circus stilts to cupcakes, these creations are of the “anybody can do it” variety—less Martha, more Everyman (or woman). A great Father’s Day gift for handy dads who want to cultivate crafty kids, too.” — Parade Magazine
“With more than 25 unique and simple projects, this book has something for every family.” — PBS
“Adamick’s book has a few projects that are 100 percent perfect!” — Denver Post
“Where else will you find how-to’s on creating a flying shirt with wings, making your own bows and arrows or making comic book shoes? This book has it all.” — How to Be a Dad
“Dad’s Book of Awesome Projects is a pitch-perfect inspirational resource for creative projects to do with kids.” — Whitney Moss and Heather Gibbs Flett, authors of the Rookie Moms Handbook.
“It is indeed awesome in the way that only books that provide you with the means to make your kid a fruit crate scooter can be. This is not another book filled with baking soda volcanoes and pipe cleaner flowers. Mike has come up with projects you can do with your kids, and they’ll actually want to play with after.” — Inside Out Motherhood
“It’s full of wow—think Mary Poppins meets Bob Vila.” — Nichole Bernier, author of The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D.
“I’ve got an 8-year-old who is going to love this book! Every project is manageable, not intimidating, and looks like so much fun. It’s the perfect book of inspiration and ideas that we can refer to every time our daughter says, “Let’s make something!” — Liesl Gibson, founder and designer of Oliver + S sewing patterns and author of “Oliver + S: Little Things to Sew.”
“Dad crafts are just as interesting and loved by the kids who make them, yet perhaps the only exception between dad crafts and other crafts is the emphasis on resourcefulness rather than polish.” — Craftfoxes.com
“Any parent eager to raise a creative, can-do kid should be ready to hand over the tool box, the power drill and this book. And then maybe run.” — Lenore Skenazy, author of the book and blog Free-Range Kids.
“One cool dad.” — Jezebel.com
“Best dad blog in cyberspace!” — Disney’s Babble.com
“Dad’s Book of Awesome Project is that rare crafting book that is both hilarious and incredibly useful, whether you’re looking to keep the kids busy for the afternoon or teach them the valuable lessons needed to leave you alone someday.” — Stefanie Wilder-Taylor, author of Sippy Cups Are Not for Chardonnay and host of TV’s Parental Discretion.
Dad’s Book of Awesome Projects is the #1 Crafts for Children Best Seller on Amazon and is designed to get families crafting and playing together — largely from materials already on hand.
Think Martha Stewart meets MacGyver.
From homemade ice cream to circus stilts, see saws to top secret book stashes, super hero capes to eggshell cupcakes, there’s a project in there for every family, for every occasion.
With simple step-by-step instructions for more than 25 amazing crafts, Dad’s Book of Awesome Projects is chock full of projects you can do together — not just things you assemble while the kids sit idle on the sidelines.
So get ready for some serious family fun this May!