'The Mother Of All Pregnancy Books' is indeed that, and in essence, a go-to guide meant to quell all your worries about everything pregnancy or childbirth-related.
If you read a lot of parenting books, you may want to skip this one. For the uninitiated, 'Teach Your Child To Learn & Play' gives you a better understanding of a child’s thought process, whether he is two, 12 or 17.
'Screen Time' debunks popular opinion and tackles published research on screen time, presenting various angles and highlighting the strengths and failures of some of these studies.
'The Five Love Languages Of Teenagers' explains the different types of love and provides practical advice on when and how each love ought to be practised.
'The Adventures Of Tabby The Cat' is engaging and teaches kids not to abuse animals.
'Survival Mom' lays some peace on paranoia when the chaos reigns and familiar infrastructure breaks down.
'Dad-To-Dad - Parenting Like A Pro' is very honest, practical and informative. It has many facts and reinforces a lot of things that dads should know and should be doing.
The 'Disney School Skills' books are great for teaching small children motor skills, while Anna Walker's 'I Love' books offer light and breezy pictures for early readers.
'Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man' and 'Marvel The Invincible Iron Man Vs The Mandarin' are good books for young readers who love superheroes. The 'I Am A Rock' and 'I Am Planet Earth' books will teach kids about Earth and rocks.
'The Dads' Book For The Dad Who's Best At Everything' is not for the hands-on modern dad of today. It reads a lot more like an idiot's guide.