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.
'Balance is a Crock, Sleep is for the Weak' reads like a cross between a personal journal and a parenting how-to, filled with real-life examples and bullet-point tips.
These are storybooks which also teach kids words and have stickers and fun stuff that children can play with.
Here are some books for preschoolers to help them learn words the fun way.
'How to Con Your Kid' is essentially a quick reference parenting guide with tips and ideas on how to encourage your child to get on with their daily routines.
'Superbaby' is a compendium of rudimentary tools – making it a good “first read” if you haven’t yet explored other child-thrive books.
'The Impatient Woman's Guide to Getting Pregnant' seeks to provide all the information needed for those in a hurry to get pregnant.
'Ricky Vargas: The Funniest Kid in the World' offers a few funny stories about Ricky Vargas - the class clown. It also teaches children about how to behave.
'Confessions of a Scary Mommy' highlights some hilarious truths and confessions from real mothers.