Happy Father's Day! Who is your favorite dad character in a book and why?
I also liked that he let his children make decisions for themselves. He trusted them enough to believe they were capable of forming their own opinions. Plus, he showed them the importance of reading, and actually had meaningful conversations with them as equals, rather than treating them as nothing more than children. I read many books featuring children or teens where the parents seem almost non-existent, so it's nice to read something where the parent is actually an integral part of their children's lives.
- He loves to read, and thus is full of wisdom
|Atticus Finch and his bad-ass self, as portrayed by the sexy Gregory Peck|
|Atticus Finch, looking very much like Clark Kent with a bit of a Flynn Rider smoulder|