Entering parenthood is a big step in many lives. From single parents to married couples, a baby shakes everything up and it’s not like children come with a handbook. Well, actually there are plenty of books written on childrearing, and there is no shame in picking a few up.
Navigating these books can be challenging; what if you don’t read the right one? What if it’s bad advice? Though it may be confusing, fear not. This infographic goes through the 50 best parenting books for kids and parents of all ages.
Gracing the top of our list is a modern book for new parents: What Every 21st Century Parent Needs to Know. Hitting tough current topics like bullying, sexuality, and even keeping up with with fast pace of changing technologies.
Further down on the list we have How to Talk so Kids Will Listen and Listen so Kids Will Talk by adele Faber and elaine Mazlish. Communication is an essential part of successful and healthy parenting, but it’s one of the hardest skills to tackle.
The other 48 books on the list range from video games, to cooking, to communicating, to discipline. Take a look at the infographic below, you may find a few books that are right for you.
50 of the Best Books for Parents [Infographic]
Source: Early Childhood Education Degrees
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