Bestselling author and dad of two Drew Daywalt talks about his popular books The Day the Crayons Quit, The Day the Crayons Came Home, The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors, and Star Wars BB-8 on the Run. We talk about his creative process as a writer, why he does it, and the impact of success on his family. Drew also shares some behind-the-scenes insight into the upcoming film version of The Day the Crayons Quit.
Modern Dads Podcast by City Dads Group
The Modern Dads Podcast helps the world keep up with the ever-evolving definition of a “good father.” We regularly appear on annual best parenting podcast lists.
Each parenting podcast episode discusses issues today’s fathers face navigating work, parenthood, relationships and play. We share stories of dads who are active and engaged in the decisions, the drudgery, and the pains and the joys of parenthood. Our parenting podcast not only brings modern dads into the conversation, but also – regardless of gender – our spouses and partners, friends and colleagues, and leaders in business, entertainment and media.
The Modern Dads Podcast is produced by City Dads Group and Krosstown Studios with contributions from City Dads Group members nationwide.
Dad, author, and entrepreneur Peter Shankman talks about his new book, Faster Than Normal: Turbocharge Your Focus, Productivity, and Success With the Secrets of the ADHD Mind. We talk about the success that he attributes to living with ADHD. He also shares the tips and tricks he has developed to be more effective and productive.
City Dads Group columnist Whit Honea joins to share what happened when he stopped worrying and embraced his son’s individuality.
Author and father of 2 Doyin Richards joins Whit Honea and Josh Kross to discuss his latest book, What’s the Difference: Being Different is Amazing and the continuing national conversation about bias, privilege, and how to talk to our kids about race relations.
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New York Times bestselling author Julie Lythcott-Haims talks about her new book, Real American, a memoir of her experience as a biracial black girl, woman, daughter, and mother raising two biracial children in modern America. We talk about the steps allies can take to support and understand the perspectives of “the other” and advice for parents raising children of color.
The Parents’ Phrase Book author Whit Honea, a white male raising two white males, shares the conversation he is having with his boys about race.