Top 5 parenting must read books

Being a parent is one of the most fruitful and rewarding journeys in life. However, with the daily hectic schedules, parenting can be tough and challenging especially if you are a first time parent. These must read parenting books help to give you advice which further encourage you to become a better parent.

1)“The Science of Parenting” by Margot Sunderland-

This science based parenting book is like a breath of fresh air which offers new perspectives in the field of parenting. This book is packed with scientific evidence and uses neuroscience to explain how parenting shapes our brain as well as how that development of the brain will help to shape the brain of the child in the future. In short this book helps to explain the science of parenting styles and how that impacts a child’s development. If you love science and scientific knowledge, this book is perfect for you as it helps to explain in clear scientific terms about the theories of parenting.

2) “Sleeping Like a Baby” by Pinky McKAY-

Are you feeling obsessed about your baby’s sleep and don’t feel like leaving your baby alone? Worry no more because a parenting expert Pinky McKay offers her opinion and practical tips on how to understand your baby’s sleeping patterns. After reading this book you might want to consider purchasing Nana, a product of mnh labs, which is the world’s first truly unconstructive sleep and vitals monitor for your little ones. With Nana, you do not need to worry about your child’s sleeping patterns anymore and can measure if your child is sleeping well.

3) “Smart Parenting for Smart Kids: Nurturing Your Child’s True Potential” by Eileen Kennedy Moore-

This book is very essential as it tells parents to not only keep giving advice to children but also listen and understand what they feel and think. Some of the chapters which are very interesting include temperament, sensitivity, corporation and joy. According to Wendy Mogel, author of The Blessing of a Skinned Knee this book is “a smart, deeply perceptive and important book”. This book talks about the seven fundamental challenges of children and is solution-focused, filled with practical strategies that you can use as your child develops.

4) “The Complete Secrets of Happy Children” by Steve Biddulph-

Parenting expert and child psychologist Steve Biddulph explains about how to raise healthy and joyful children right from toddlers up to teenagers. The amazing fact about this book is that it is aimed for a wider audience right from babies up till older children. Mainly this book helps to incorporate the key issues which are involved in parenting including soft and firm love, negative language and the different needs involved when you are raising sons and daughters. What makes the book fun is that it is filled with cartoons and images which help to reiterate the message of Steve’s book.

5)“Heart to Heart Parenting” by Robin Grille-

This book helps to connect you closer with your child and helps you to bond with your child in a better way. Additionally, it offers practical methods through which help in your child’s social development by understanding your child’s emotional needs. It also encourages the child to develop self esteem and take risks in life because success only comes from failure. Overall, Heart to Heart Parenting helps to create a long lasting bond with your child, a bond which will never break.

Overall, these books help to give you insight about parenting and will help to develop your child. I believe the way we treat and take care of our children have a massive influence on the person they become in life. The best way to take care of children is to read about the different approaches an

References:

http://www.goodreads.com/reader/20182-smart-parenting-for-smart-kids?return_to=%2Fbook%2Fshow%2F9373542-smart-parenting-for-smart-kids

http://evolutionaryparenting.com/some-of-the-best-parenting-books/

http://www.parenting.com/blogs/mom-congress/melissa-taylor/10-best-books-thinking-parents

http://www.bellybelly.com.au/baby/12-best-parenting-books/

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