What are the best books on raising your child – toddler or adolescent? In this overview, you will find the best books on good and positive parenting – including scientific parenting books. Read along…

The best parenting books ever

We start our recommendations with the top 10 best books about Parenting of all time. This list has been updated this year, including all the recent titles.

Best Books About ParentingAuthor
Parenting from the Inside OutDaniel J. Siegel
The 10 Greatest Gifts I Give My Children Steven W. Vannoy
The 10 Commandments of ParentingHomer Edwin Young
What to Expect the First YearHeidi Murkoff
10 Days to a Less Defiant Child, Second EditionJeffrey Bernstein
Raising HappinessChristine Carter
Parenting Children with ADHDVincent J. Monastra
Welcome to the ClubRaquel D’Apice
Your Defiant Teen, Second EditionArthur Robin
10 Best Parenting Ways to Ruin Your ChildIsrael Galindo

The updated top 10 list: the best books about parenting

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

We recommend this book to any parent who is seriously involved in developing your child’s brain. There are twelve strategies that will lead your child to being happier and calmer.

The Baby Book, Revised Edition: Everything You Need to Know About Your Baby from Birth to Age Two (Sears Parenting Library)

This is a practical book about everything that has to do with your baby, from giving birth, to feeding, and from how to babyproof your home to what the most common illnesses with babies are.

What The Bible Says About Parenting Biblical Principle For Raising Godly Children

We like this book because it focuses on parenting from a totally different perspective. Its viewpoint is biblical parenting, and it will bring clarity to many parents.

Parenting : The Good, the Bad, and the Funny: The parenting humor book for moms and dads who need to laugh about pregnancy and raising babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and big kids

In our opinion this is a good book if you need a break from all the drama that parenting can be. This is the funny book about what parents experience when raising children.

No-Drama Discipline: The Whole-Brain Way to Calm the Chaos and Nurture Your Child’s Developing Mind

If your child is not behaving the way you want (tantrums, screaming, and lots of tears), then you can consult this book to improve the situation. Your child will be happy you now know how to respond.

Do I Really Have to Sleep Now?: A Montessori Picture Book About Building Better Habits and Raising Happy Kids Using the Power of Routines 

This picture book emphasizes the importance of routines in a child’s life. They will help your child with developing and growing from an early age onward. Structure works best with children, and even with most adults.

The Newborn Handbook: Your Guide to Bringing Home Baby 

If you are going to be a new mom, then this book might be of great help to you. First times are always exciting and maybe even nerve-racking, but you can use this manual to calm your mind and be prepared.

A Dragon With ADHD: A Children’s Story About ADHD. A Cute Book to Help Kids Get Organized, Focus, and Succeed. (My Dragon Books)

This book is perfect to explain ADHD to a child. Whether it is on the autism spectrum himself, or it has a friend or family member who is ADHD, it will help understand the characteristics in a fun way.

How To Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk (The How To Talk Series)

Many parents want to improve their relationship with their child, but communication starts at the beginning. This book shares some insights and gives you suggestions on what works when communicating with your child.

How to Teach Kids About Racism: A Guide on How to Educate your Child About Diversity & Being Antiracist

There are some tough subjects in life that you need to talk about with your children. If racism is next on the agenda, this book can be of assistance. It can be used for children age 5 to 18, and after reading or listening to it, you will be able to talk about it together.

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