Fatherhood . . . What You Ought To Know!” addresses
real life issues boys are growing up with today (i.e. absent fathers, raging hormones, peer pressure, violence, death, etc.).
Boys have a tendency to equate their manhood with how many babies they make, not realizing the costs associated with being
a father. “Fatherhood . . . What
You Ought To Know!” teaches readers that boys are also responsible for preventing unwanted pregnancies, and
that they have to "pay for the babies they make."
To buy: "Fatherhood . . . What You Don't Know!"
Teen Father Stories
Jeanne Warren Lindsay, an author and longtime teacher of teen
parents says: "With family support and community support, she and he are likely to be good parents."
"I know abstinence is the only guaranteed way to prevent pregnancy, but really
what are my chances here?" Think about it: Let's say you go to an average size high school, say 1200 kids. That means that
4 out of every 10 girls you see nearly every day could have babies before they celebrate their 20th birthday.