Well done! You've made the first move to getting your Dad the best Father's Day gift of the year. The Book of your Dad. Click 'Make a Book', enter your Dad’s name and date of birth and let The Book of Everyone work its magic.
The Book of your Dad. Stuffed full of interesting facts, strange statistics and curveball miscellany - all filtered through a satirically nostalgic glance back to the day your Dad was born. Click 'Make a Book', enter your Dad’s name and date of birth and let The Book of Everyone work its magic. A few seconds later you’ll be previewing a beautifully crafted book all about him. You can then add your own personal touches such as photos and dedications.
It only takes a few minutes to make a beautiful book (with a little help from some of the worlds' top designers) and it really is the loveliest gift for just about any occasion. Just follow the 3 simple steps below.
Enter your Dad's name and date of birth below, then add the name of the person making the book (you!) and hit create. How easy is that?
To add your own dedications and photos just look for the 'edit' arrows, then preview and buy. Congratulations you've just made the loveliest Father's Day gift ever.
Choose your finish: digital is £7.50, paperback £17.50, hardback £24.50 and deluxe £49.50. Your book is printed within 72 hours and then despatched to the door.
Waiting for Father's Day. For the launch of The Book of Dad we asked London Photographer Dave Young to shoot portraits of brand new dads in the moments before, during and after the birth of their child. The shots were taken at Chelsea and Westminster hospital through April 2014 and capture the raw emotion on the faces of those who are often forgotten at birth: Dads.
We're on the hunt for the best dad in Britain. Yes, we know it's your dad; just tell us why. The winning dad will appear across Britain on huge screens for Father's Day and the website bestdadinbritain.com will be dedicated to him for a year. What's more, if the person who nominated the winning dad bought a Book of Dad they'll win a brand spanking new ipad.
Well this is a bit of a treat for you. This film shows The Book of Everyone in all its amazing stop motion glory. The film was produced and directed by The General (thegeneral.co.uk) Animation and post by Ben Layland. Grab a cup of tea and a couple of Hob Nobs and enjoy.