If you could tell your dad anything, what would it be?
Edited by Samuel Johnson with letters from Steve Waugh, Trent Dalton, Samuel Johnson, Kathy Lette, John Williamson, Susie Youssef, Michala Banas, Glenn Shorrock, Matilda Brown, Joel Creasey, Shannon Noll, Michelle Law, Ben Gillies, Hilde Hinton, Normie Rowe, Mark Brandi, Brian Mannix, Julie Koh, Sara Storer, Russell Morris, Catherine Deveny, Sophie Green, Brooke Davis, Toni Tapp Coutts, Clare Wright, Danny Green, John Paul Young, Kurt Fearnley and many more ...
A heartfelt, honest and very human book of letters that will make you smile and make you cry. It is the perfect gift for the dad in your life. And a reminder to say how you feel before it is too late.
“Cancer is the last true riddle of our times and we know that it can only be solved with hard science. Despite federal funding remaining static for a decade, Australia still boasts the best clinical results for breast cancer in the whole world. We are the best with less. Imagine what we could do with more?”
– Samuel Johnson, OAM