Homemade Kids is a good book to have if you are new to the green movement and would like to bring your child up in a greener lifestyle. This would be a good book to start with.
This is a good resource for parents going through a divorce. It highlights how to look out for your children's best interests with practical and handy tips for all stages of the breakup.
Great book to get ideas for geeky projects and activities for dads, mums and kids.
This book is a guideline to developmental questions that parents would have about their children, from newborns to about the age of five years.
In this book, the author shares the different techniques that would make reading and the language alive for little ones.
Written by an award-winning mummy blogger and creator of Because I Said So, this book puts a light-hearted spin on the whole pregnancy experience.
This is a month-by-month plan for a healthy body and mind before, during and after pregnancy, written by Alison Sweeney, who is the host of the hit reality series The Biggest Loser.
The Jake's series from Scholastic proves to be a fun journey into a child's mind. The adventure should go down well with preschoolers and First Graders.
The Raja Rajawali books by author Lansell Taudevin are such a delight to read. The books are witty, funny and the characters so endearingly lovable.
First of all, this is a memoir, and not a parenting how-to. Author Amy Chua got a lot of flak for pushing her style of rigid, no-nonsense parenting. The point is she isn’t pushing. She is merely telling the world about her own journey of motherhood.