The other day Sarah and I wandered up to the bookstore to find some books on childbirth and twins. While we were scouring the shelves for books on that subject I found a book on fatherhood, or rather expectant fatherhood. Now I have a few of these already, but they are all rather dry reading, and I have yet to actually finish one of them. This one (The Caveman’s Pregnancy Companion) actually seems different. I haven’t finished the book yet, but what I have read has been quite good. The book keeps me engaged, and while the material is serious it is presented in a fashion that makes it easy to comprehend. I have yet to find myself wanting to set aside this book, and that is a big plus. Factor in the fun little side notes, the recipes, and the fun illustrations and you have a book that is guaranteed to keep most men interested long enough to learn something.