It is a helpful and encouraging guide for a young woman as she embarks on the journey of life.
Author and Educator Nicole Weaver
It is said that Good things come in small packages. That is exactly what you get with David Dixons book, Notes to My Daughter.
Dr. Peggy Mitchell Norwood, Ph.D
If you want to better understand the dynamic relationship between a father and daughter, Notes to My Daughter is a book you will definitely want to read.
Dr. Jerry Lee Anderson, Ph.D
Notes to My Daughter Reviews
Notes to My Son Reviews
"A must read for parents, educators, therapists, and counselors, Notes to My Son is an engaging, well-crafted letter to young men navigating the often turbulent waters of adolescence into adulthood. David Dixon addresses 14 essential life skills in practical, real-world applicable lessons. Driven from personal experience, Mr. Dixon delivers a powerful narrative that offers a road map to success that is not defined by material possessions or money, but rather by character, perseverance, relationships, and faith. This book, and its companion Notes to My Daughter, will be indispensable resources to support our students as they matriculate through middle school!” ~ Alan B. Lavizzo
Alan B. Lavizzo - Assistance Principal, Falcon Creek Middle School, Aurora, CO
"Notes to My Son is a walk down life's highway that creates a navigatable road map to aid his son through this sometimes disorienting landscape that we call life. It is written as a living series of notes to his son that will aid him at every stage of his journey to manhood and beyond with insightful observations about self-worth, boundaries, relationships, and courage. Notes to My Son will touch men of all ages with examples and insights written specifically with his son in mind but should certainly be requred reading for men of all ages! Notes to My Son is David Dixon's common sense apprach to a relationship between a father and his son." ~ Odell Stroud, Jr.
Odell Stroud, Jr. - Actor/Entertainer
A must read for parents, educators, therapists, and counselors.
Alan B. Lavizzo
Notes to My Son will touch men of all ages.
Odell Stroud, Jr.
Every young man should read this book.
Paula Gallegos, Ph.D.