Posted on June 13, 2019 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Surely you know that this Sunday is Father’s Day, and if there’s a dad in your life who deserves to be celebrated, we hope you already have a gift for him.

On the chance that you don’t, though — or the chance that you’d just like another set of book suggestions, enjoy these reading recommendations.

Literary Hub collected ten books that may appeal to nonreaders and readers alike, regardless of their parental status.

The Los Angeles Times invites you to think beyond the endcap display with its seven book suggestions.

The Toronto Star highlights five new nonfiction works worth checking out, while the USA Today’s list of five bestsellers that Dad might enjoy includes a few older selections.

The Washington Post recommends these picture books for Dad to enjoy along with his youngsters.

The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County goes a step further, with stories for all ages and position in the father-child relationship.

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