'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.
'The Politically Incorrect Parenting Book' offers brutal honesty and some fierce solutions that might be baulked at by parents of today.
'There's a Fly Guy in My Soup' has all the ingredients of a successful children's book – it's icky, gooey, gross and disgusting. And, the kids will just love it.
'Jake's Concert Horror' is another good story from Ken Spillman - offering an insight into a boy's fears on being cast in one of the lead roles in a school play.
'The Contented Mother's Guide' offers advice from mums in Britain on a number of topics, from looking after yourself and outings with baby to going back to work.
'I'd Listen to My Parents if They'd Just Shut Up' gives parents a reality check on communicating with their teenage children.
'Little Quark and the Rude Little Goose' teaches kids that they should not mimic rude sounds and words that they hear.