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I Call Shotgun

I Call Shotgun Lessons from Dad for Navigating the Roads of Life

By Tommy Newberry and Curt Beavers
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.05 Stars

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On 9/10 Jason Raines wrote: Dads teach invaluable lessons to their sons. In “I Call Shotgun” Tom Newberry and Curt Beavers do this in a series of short letters written to their boys. They offer input and examples on situations that boys will encounter growing up, and in life after childhood. The idea is to influence young ... The Idea is to Influence Young Men

Jason's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/7 Mike Lewis wrote: I had the pleasure to read I Call Shotgun by Tommy Newberry and Curt Beavers.Each chapter of Shotgun was written by two dads of boys in a letter format. I chose to read and review this book as a proponent of men leading boys into becoming great men and the future leaders of our world. I liked the premise ... Book Review: I Call Shotgun (No Spoilers)

Mike Lewis' Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/16 SamanthaD wrote:  (I was given a free copy of "I Call Shotgun" is exchange for my review. All opinions are 100% my own. I was not compensated for this post.) I love this book.It's a must-read for all fathers and sons. This is book from the guys who have "been there", full of letters of advice to their ... Book Review: I Call Shotgun by Tommy Newberry

SamanthaD's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/4 Michael Fletcher wrote: In Call Shotgun: Lessons from Dad for Navigating the Roads of Life, Tommy Newberry and Curt Beavers take the approach of writing 64 different letters to their sons, teaching them to become mature men of integrity and faith. These remarkably honest and witty letters serve as a challenge to young men ... A good start for fathers.

Michael's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/26 Sonya Writes wrote: I really liked this book. I Call Shotgun is a collection of 64 letters written by two fathers to their sons. This book covers a multitude of topics and keeps teachings of Godly integrity and character as its backbone. I Call Shotgun reminded me a lot of the book Letters to Philip, which I read several ... I Call Shotgun

Sonya Writes' Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/19 Karen La Mar wrote: "I Call Shotgun" is a book filled with 64 letters from father's to their sons. The letters contain words of wisdom from the father's own experiences. Some of it is humorous, yet always with great advice. The letters are short and easy to read and at the back of the book the reader will find conversation ... Lessons on Life

Karen's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/15 Tom Meiers wrote: Lessons from Dad for navigating the roads of life.  This is a book of letters that the authors have written to their sons on various subjects, things they have learned in their own lives and lives of others.  There are 64 chapters each with a different theme covering everything from politics, ... I Call Shotgun - Tommy Newberry and Curt Beavers

Tom Meiers' Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/28 Savings in Seconds wrote: When I had the chance to review I Call Shotgun by Tommy Newberry, I wasn't sure how I felt about reading a compilation book of father-to-son letters. I decided that I would give it to my husband to see if he would enjoy it. Well, that didn't happen. As soon as I got the book, I had to open it up. Then ... On My Bookshelf: I Call Shotgun by Tommy Newberry

Savings in Seconds' Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/14 mema wrote: love that there is a book that is by Dads for sons. You see so many books on Mothers and daughters, though maybe because I have not searched out books with this content.You can read this book straight through or turn to the lesson you need. As a reader who read straight through, the letter format ... I Call Shotgun By Tommy Newberry and Curt Beavers

mema's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/12 David Wonders wrote: In theory, the book sounds interesting, but does it stick the landing? Well... One of the best and worst parts of this book is that it is incredibly personal. The authors aren't writing generic lessons that we should all be teaching our sons, they are directly dialoging with their boys. Sometimes this ... Not my cup of tea...

David's Rating:

2 Stars