From music to sport, politics to fictions, whatever your dad’s into in the books department we have the perfect gift.

There have been a number of dad-friendly new releases already this year, from autobiographies from two of Britain’s national treasures, Billy Connolly and Trevor MacDonald, as well as a new psychedelic look back at the most famous Liverpudlian foursome of all time. If he’s a keen sportsman, he’ll happily sink into the raved about That Will Be England Gone: The Last Summer of Cricket. But if cooking is more his thing, inspire him to get baking with a book all about bread.

One Two Three Four: The Beatles in Time

by Craig Brown

Recently released, this new book on the world’s most famous foursome will be a real treat for any Beatles fans out there. It will take any music fans on a magical mystery tour of some of the band’s most iconic years, and trust us, you won’t be able to put it down.

£14.99

amazon.co.uk

Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race

by Reni Eddo-Lodge

The book that sparked a national conversation has never felt more relevant than in the last few weeks.

Exploring everything from eradicated black history to the inextricable link between class and race, Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race is the essential handbook for anyone who wants to understand race relations in Britain today.

£8.99

www.amazon.co.uk

Morning Noon Night: A Way of Living

by Soho Home

If the dad you’re shopping for is missing picantes on the roof of Soho House or he just fancies himself as somewhat of a hipster, this coffee table book will make for the perfect Father’s Day gift.

The 300-page cloth-bound book invites readers behind the scenes at the Houses; following the day the Soho House way from the second you wake up to the moment you go to bed.

£30.00

www.sohohome.com

Where to Drink Beer

by Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø

If he’s missing his local, this is the ideal book to sink into. Where to Drink Beer is the ultimate guide by the real experts – 500 of the world’s most revered brewers reveal the little-known, eclectic, and surprising destinations they visit for their ultimate beer. He’ll have a beer bucket list to get through by the time the crisis is over. Bottoms up.

£16.95

amazon.co.uk

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