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The essential handbook for the new father, now in a hands-free audio format to fit a parent’s busy schedule. Read by Armin Brott, acclaimed author of The Expectant Father and The New Father. For over a decade, from expecting to raising their children, parents have turned to Armin Brott’s New Father series for guidance. But once the baby arrives, dads need their hands free to feed, cradle, bathe, and tickle!

Available for the first time in audio format, The New Father: A Dad’s Guide to the First Year will now fit into a parent’s hectic life. Whether enjoyed on a commute or absorbed while at the gym, the wealth of information included in The New Father makes it an indispensable resource that covers all aspects of fatherhood during the first year. Author Armin Brott, who hosts the weekly radio show “Positive Parenting,” provides the voice for The New Father. As a devoted father of three, he tempers the latest scientific research from top experts with plenty of personal anecdotes from his own experiences and from other dads.

How do moms and dads parent differently? What impact does fatherly involvement have on a child’s intellectual and social intelligence? When should babies reach certain developmental benchmarks? These questions and more are answered in The New Father. Practically organized in month-by-month segments, this audiobook also includes a bonus 32-page booklet with easy-reference technical information, charts, and graphs. Uniquely targeted towards fathers, this series is sure to give moms fresh insights as well.

Praise for The New Father book:

“This book would make a great gift for any new dad.”
—Lawrence Kutner, Ph.D., author of Pregnancy and Your Baby’s First Year

“…stood out immediately… because of its perceptive insights”
San Francisco Chronicle

Winner, 2005 Adding Wisdom award from Parent-to-Parent

“Read a book? Who has time? But you’d be wise to find some so you can take advantage of a fabulous resource… The New Father.”
Sesame Street Parents

“Brott writes honestly and earnestly. His wry sense of humor will be a relief to hassled parents.”
Time magazine

Named one of Child Magazine‘s Best Parenting Books