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Monday, May 16, 2011

Troy dad authors book about raising girls

New author Darrin Millar's debut children's book, "Daddy, Can You?" is a sweet, subtle journey through his daughters' childhood.
With a knowing wink and a tender sigh, he shares what it's meant to be their storytelling playmate, fellow cake maker, and the one who pulls their wagon through the zoo.
He also reminisces putting worms on their hooks, being their soccer coach, and acting as the king of their tea parties.
Filled with the best parts of parenting, he comes to realize he won't always be his two little girls' Prince Charming, though it's without a doubt that he's enjoyed his reign.
For families with young children there's a special message: Play, fish, bake, paint-and hang onto childhood for as long as you can.
Millar lives in Troy with his family and grew up in Royal Oak.
He is the boys swim coach at Royal Oak High School, and teaches in the Utica Schools.


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