Be top of the pops! A tongue-in-cheek look at how the values and traditional family roles in the 1950s seem oh, so strange now.
Go back to the past when dads were dads, kids knew their place, and life was exactly as it should be! This fun, retro follow up to the bestselling “Good” series (The Good Mother Guide, The Good Wife Guide, and The Good Husband Guide) shows today’s fathers how to be a pal while enforcing the family’s rules. The nostalgic advice, all presented in period kitsch includes making sure to kiss the kids good night, even if they’re asleep when you get home; setting a good example and eating your vegetables even if you, too, don’t like creamed corn; and more!
The bite-sized edition of the bestselling humor guide for dads looking to make a good impression!
About the Author
Ladies’ Homemaker Monthly was a preeminent homemaker’s journal at the turn of the last century. Located in the Midwest, its editors strongly advocated the temperance movement and old-fashioned family values. Their most famous adage was “You can judge a good woman by how many well-dressed children she has and the contentment of her husband.”