Top 10 Parenting Books

There are a lot of good parenting books out there, but here we are going to review over the top 10. Parenting can be very hard and rewarding, but first-time parents sometimes need help with the basics on keeping their child happy.

Top-Rated Parenting Books

1. Brain Rules for Baby (Update and Expanded):

Good parenting booksHow to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five by Dr. John Medina. This book goes over parenting tips for new parents who need help with everything from how much media should they be allowed to watch or what to do when they have a temper tantrum and won’t stop crying.

Dr. John Medina breaks down how the brain really works and why redesigning an area may be beneficial to raising your child.

2.    Bringing Up Bébé:

Top ten parenting booksOne American Mother Discovers the Wisdom of French Parenting (now with Bébé Day by Day: 100 Keys to French Parenting) by Pamela Druckerman is about an American mother with a British husband who goes towards the European side of being a parent.

Druckerman goes over the debate of parenting in her book throughout the years and explains her feelings towards it.

3.    Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How to Stop Yelling and Start Connecting

Best books for parentsBy Dr. Laura Markham, this is another wonderful children’s book about creating an emotional connection with your child.

Rather than being the parent who screams at their child, you can take a different approach of working things out.

 

4.    1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children 2–12

Books for parents childrenThe parenting book by Thomas Phelan goes over disciplining a young toddler to a pre-teen. The book is a condensed version of the award winning 1-2-3 program in which parents handle the situation between them and their child without any yelling, crying or spanking.

Instead, this book takes a different approach to break down the situation.

5.     Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters: 10 Secrets Every Father Should Know

Popular parenting booksBy Meg Meeker, this parenting book is about the importance of a relationship between a father and a child.

While many people do not think much of this, a child’s relationship with their father can really create an impact on their life.

 

6.    What to Expect the First Year

Parent teaching childrenHeidi Murkoff writes about tips for first-time parents that need help with the first 12 months of raising their newborn child. Parenting is evolving throughout the decades as new technology and parenting styles have changed.

Gone are the days of a stay at home mom and an office working dad. Parenting is on a new level and this book is great for new parents trying to keep up with their modern lives.

7.    Parenting With Love And Logic (Updated and Expanded Edition)

Parenting books toddlerFoster Cline’s book is about teaching your children how to be confident without holding their hand the entire step of the way.

 

 

 

8.     The 5 Languages of Children

Top-rated parenting booksBy Gary D Chapman, this parenting book is about the many emotions children have and go through.

Many parents need to take the time to break the feelings down and understand what their child is going through.

 

 

9.    The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child’s Developing Mind

Baby parenting booksDaniel J Siegel’s book for parents is about new strategies to keep your child on his or her toes while creating new games and activities for them to learn.

The strategies will help improve brain functioning and more one on one parent time.

 

10.    How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk

Parenting teenagersAdele Faber’s book is considered one of the ultimate parenting bibles. The book goes over communicating with your child on a level that they will understand and reason on you with.

Children need communication, sympathy and understanding that you may not realize or think about.

 

Each parenting style and technique is different based upon the parent, what country you live in and what financial situation you are in. No two parents are going to parent alike or handle the situation the same. Instead, the above parenting books are great tips for dealing with your children and leveling with them instead of ignoring or screaming out the problem.

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