From the Publisher: "Franny's Father is a Feminist. It's simple, really! He knows that girls can do anything boys can do, and raises Franny to believe that she deserves all the same rights, freedoms, and opportunities that he had. Through sweet, straightforward prose, Franny's Father portrays the loving bond between a young girl, and her father who isn't afraid of bucking gender norms in order to ensure that his daughter grows up smart, strong, and full of self confidence. From teaching her to fix her own bicycle and splashing in the mud, to cheering at ballet recitals and supporting Franny's mother in her career, Franny's father displays what it means for a man to be a feminist, and how male feminism can play a vital role in the empowerment of young women."
I will say this, however. Unlike Franny's father, I am a terrible, terrible hair stylist. I've been trying for the past eight years, and that's just one skill I can't master. Pre-order now on Amazon.com