Saturday, May 31, 2014

Dad is Fat by Jim Gaffigan

My family and I are fans of Jim Gaffigan.  We love the style of  his humor and appreciate that he keeps it pretty clean.

So now that that disclaimer is out of the way, I had the chance to review Jim's new book "Dad is Fat" which consists of short chapters filled with his experiences parenting his own family of 5 children with his beloved wife Jeannie.

While reading the book, I could hear Jim's voice.  He truly wrote this book as though he was sitting across from you, talking in his signature unimpressed way, with the occasional inner dialog whisper.

This guy is entertaining, even in book form.  I loved that as he talks about his family, you can tell this guy is committed to them all and loves them very much.  It was refreshing to hear someone not speak disrespectfully just to get a laugh.

Jim, we love ya.  And if you are looking for an enjoyable book, I think you'll love this, too.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I was provided a free copy of this book by Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest opinion.  

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