'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.
This is the second book in the Sherlock Hong series. It is another well-told story by author Don Bosco about Sherlock saving a Peranakan princess.
'French Kids Eat Everything' offers tips to get kids to stop snacking and eating nutritious food.
'Parenting Without Power Struggles' helps parents appreciate their child for who they are and get the kids to co-operate with them.
One of Britain's longest-serving midwives provides insight into what nursing was like in the 1960s and 1970s and how she went into midwifery.
This is a work of fiction for a laugh or two, and not a parenting book. After all, it is “written” by the always unpolitically correct character – Barney Stinson from TV sitcom How I Met Your Mother (HIMYM).
'The Sibling Effect' is an informative read as the author examines the relationship between siblings - the disputes, jealousies, favouritism, the birth order, extended families, separation, sex, the teen years and more.