An inspirational memoir in the vein of Mitch Albom.
Now a major US primetime drama
The uplifting story that touched the world and inspired families everywhere to rethink what matters most in their lives
As a young dad, Bruce Feiler, New York Times bestselling author and television host, received shattering news. A rare form of cancer was threatening not only his life but his family's future as well. A singular question emerged: Who would be there for his wife and daughters if he were gone?
Feiler reached out to six extraordinary men who helped shape him and asked them to be present in the lives of his daughters. THE COUNCIL OF DADS is the unforgettable portrait of these men, who offer wisdom, humor, and guidance on how to live, how to love, how to question, how to dream.
The source for NBC's blockbuster series, here is a singular story that offers lessons for us all-helping us draw closer to the ones we love, appreciate what's most precious, and celebrate the power of community.
Bruce Feiler writes a column on contemporary family life for the New York Times and is the author of five consecutive New York Times bestsellers, including Walking the Bible and The Council of Dads. The host of several PBS series, he is also a frequent controbutor to ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, FOX, NPR and other media. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Linda Rottenberg and their twin daughters.