Q&A AND Signing

“Life is easy,” said no one ever. Especially when you have four kids, a 300-pound beagle, a roof that refuses to be fixed, and a wife who has to deal with it all. Famous for his pithy, sage articles (you can find them in the LA Times, Chicago Tribune and more) on being a dad in the 21st century, Chris Erskine has curated his greatest hits in Daditude: The Joys & Absurdities of Modern Fatherhood. But these are unlike any you’ve read before--updated with the gift of hindsight and commentary from his kids (and even his wife, Posh), this is the perfect collection for any dad who already has everything.

Chris Erskine is a longtime humor columnist who mines the rich worlds of fatherhood, marriage, and suburbia; his columns are featured weekly in the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune, among others. The father of four and resident of a quiet LA suburb, Erskine is also a staff editor and writer at the Los Angeles Times, as well as the author of two previous books, Man of the Houseand Surviving Suburbia.

Here's the thing...

If you're getting a book signed at Chevalier's, please purchase it at Chevalier's.

Our events are free, and we welcome anyone and everyone to enjoy a night of riveting intellectual discussion. We are, however, a small independent bookstore, and we rely on event revenues to continue hosting them. So, if you're going to get a book signed,please purchase that book here. This way, we can keep the spectacular nights coming.