When divorced dad Courtney Garton''s two daughters were little, he started writing them personal poems on napkins which he included with their lunches. Nearly twenty years later, he''s compiled them into a book, "Napkins: Lunch Box Notes from Dad" (Perry Publishing 1997). Jacki speaks with Garton about the poems and fatherhood.



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