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We asked four authors who have published books recently what Father’s Day and reading with their kids means to them.  


The Comfort Book by Matt Haig


Matt Haig

What does Father’s Day mean to you?

MH: Well, it means a day when I feel like I can relax with a book or a day I am allowed to inflict corny 80s movies on my family. Last year it was Weekend at Bernie’s and Rocky IV.

What books would you recommend/would you like to receive for Father’s Day this year?

MH: I love non-fiction books as gifts. I think there is less margin for error. Personally, I love books about film, or history, or philosophy.

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Dark as Light Night by Tony Birch


Tony Birch

What’s your favourite reading memory with your children?

TB: We spent many, many years reading a very funny and slightly disturbing (in the best way) children's book, Albert Comes Back. We read it so often my children could recite it by heart. The book was lost for many years but turned up recently. It is a family treasure.

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Last Shot by Jock Zonfrillo


Jock Zonfrillo

Have you been gifted a book for Father’s Day?

JZ: I did receive a book called ‘My Daddy’s Got Tattoos’ which I think is a great book to read to your kids if, like me, you have tattoos. Who doesn’t buy their dad a good book on Father’s Day? It’s the ideal present: quick to purchase… hours of pleasure.

What’s your ultimate Father’s Day meal? 

JZ: It’s not so much about the meal but the company. It would be a meal made by my wife while the kids and I potter around the kitchen. A meal made by someone I love is more than I could ever ask for for Father’s Day no matter what it is.

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When you are mine by Michael Robotham


Michael Robotham

Why should someone gift your book this Father’s Day?  

MR: I hope there are lots of reasons for my book to be unwrapped on Father’s Day, but mostly, I hope readers will fall in love with my characters and stay with them through every twist and turn, hoping I can keep them safe.

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