Confessions of the World's Best Father
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Confessions of the World's Best Father

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Dave Engledow's Confessions of the World's Best Father is one ordinary dad's attempt to capture his dysfunctional parenting in a few highly telling photos. When Dave Engledow took a photo of himself holding his eight-week-old daughter Alice Bee like a football whilst squirting breast milk into a 'World's Best Father' mug of coffee, he didn't expect the reaction that followed. Instead of complaints, abuse and a call from social services, he found that his innocent attempt to capture the sleep-deprived idiocy of the first-time Dad had the world chortling and clamouring for more. Unfortunately for Alice Bee, her father obliged - repeatedly. Dave's outrageous selfies featuring Alice Bee make the perfect companion for dads of all abilities - whether those still dreading that first nappy change, or old hands who could tell a few tales. About Dave Engledow: Although Dave has a degree in photojournalism, he has taken more photographs in the three years since the birth of his daughter than in the previous decade. With a new-found passion for digital photography, Dave's inspiration has stemmed from creatively documenting Alice Bee's early life in a truly unique way. Dave and his family currently live in the US.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 176 pages
  • 137 x 183 x 17mm | 358g
  • Penguin Books Ltd
  • Michael Joseph Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0718179161
  • 9780718179168
  • 143,626

About Dave Engledow

Although Dave has a degree in photojournalism, he has taken more photographs in the four years since the birth of his daughter than in the previous decade. With a new-found passion for digital photography, Dave's inspiration has stemmed from creatively documenting Alice Bee's early life in a truly unique way. Dave and his family currently live in the US.show more

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