With Mother’s day breathing down your neck, we know that Father’s Day can be just as tricky to shop for. In an effort to ease to the stress of last minute shopping, we want to assure you that there is still time to prepare but we also want to encourage you to start thinking and shopping now. Don’t let your Mother’s Day crisis be repeated for Father’s day.
This is a list of a few Worthy Approved reads for Father’s Day.
Dr. Jeffry Life, men’s health expert and NY Times best-selling author has just released his latest and much-anticipated book The Life Plan Diet. The doctor takes a progressive, straightforward approach to help patients enjoy healthy and active life-long aging with physical and sexual energy. He focuses on proactive, cutting-edge medicine and lifestyle interventions—rather than the traditional reactionary approach to disease.
In his new book, Dr. Jeffry Dr. Life gives men a definitive shopping list including all the ingredients necessary to create any of his simple, heart-healthy recipes allowing you to find your six pack, lower your risk of heart disease, step off the blood-sugar roller coaster and ignite your sex life.
Over the past 100 years, the New York Times has published thousands of articles on barbecuing and grilling, along with mouthwatering recipes—and this unique collection gathers the very best. These essential pieces are worth savoring not only for their time-tested advice and instruction, but also for the quality of the storytelling: even non-cooks will find them a delight to read, according to Sterling Publishing.
Get the Led Out is the ultimate book for the ultimate fan of the ultimate band—Led Zeppelin. This lushly illustrated volume begins with a unique day-by-day timeline based on Carol Miller’s radio show of the same name, and it provides a behind-the-scenes view, revealing quirky details, achievements, and adventures big and small. Twenty-seven rare, unguarded interviews feature the band members themselves, as well as other musicians and insiders who witnessed it all, including Jason Bonham, Chris Squire (Yes), Joe Perry (Aerosmith), Alice Cooper, and music industry legends Danny Goldberg and Ron Nevinson. The book ends with a comprehensive discography.