Life Lessons from the "Bobblehead Dad" Author
June 18, 2011 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- As we celebrate fathers, one Chicago man can officially call himself ''World's Greatest Dad.'' Jim Higley recently won that title in a national contest sponsored by Man of the House magazine.
Higley is a cancer warrior, single father of three children, and a writer. At the age of 44, Higley was diagnosed with cancer. He writes about his experiences in his columns for Chicago Tribune's TribLocal, The Good Men Project and Man of the House.
Recently, he wrote his first book, "Bobblehead Dad: 25 Life Lessons I Forgot I Knew," (link: www.BobbleheadDad.com), and he joined us in our ABC7 studio to talk about all his experiences.
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