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Reviewed by Samantha Coville for Readers' Favorite
Eli Auerbach wanted to teach his son valuable life advice, just like any other father should. However, his curious son would be too inquisitive about where he obtained his knowledge. So Auerbach, in a moment of brilliance, came up with a unique concept - a Dad book that would hold the information a growing boy could ever need. This book would later develop into A Guide to Modern Manhood: Quirky Quotes from a Sarcastic Dad. And the book has everything a young man needs, from dating advice to the do's and don'ts of life. Some are humorous, some are deadly serious. But all are witty and apply to every boy and man in our lives.
I am a woman, so maybe I am not the right person to be reviewing A Guide to Modern Manhood. But everything Eli Auerbach discusses and relays in this book is knowledge I would want my son to know and follow by heart. He mentions that a man should reach for the check at dinner but not argue if the woman gets it first. He also goes over advice that I think applies to any gender, such as not to judge people by their cover, not to buy cheap toilet paper, and not to be afraid to ask for help. I think it's obvious anyone could benefit from this short but impactful read. So jump into it by yourself or with your child, and you'll learn a thing or two or twenty. Auerbach's book is one of those large blessings in tiny packages that can really make a difference.