Keeping Your Child in Mind calls us to reflect on the inner person of the child – what are his feelings, emotions and possible thought processes.
In What's Eating Your Child, author Kelly Dorfman recounts her experience treating children with behavioural and dietary issues.
Ghost Buddy is a good read and recommended for boys aged 10-12. The story is about a cool ghost aged 14 who helps a boy aged 11 through the awkward and uncool phase in his life.
The Mumsnet Rules is by mums and for mums. It has a whole lot of candid opinions and tips by real mothers in Britain on a lot of topics relevant to mothers all over the world.
The Wholesome Baby Food Guide provides the information that parents need to start the weaning or the solid food process.
Geronimo Stilton is the Famous Five of the 21st century. The comforting news is that the English in the book is good, the stories set in various different countries offer lessons in Geography and culture, and at least your kids are reading!
Childhood Allergies is written simply so that parents can get a clear idea of what allergies are about and what symptoms to look out for.
Have a New Kid by Friday promises to give you a new kid by Friday. That’s quite a tall order if you’ve seen the level of brattiness in some kids. But reading the book, you get the feeling it is doable.
15 Minutes Outside offers simple and organic ways for parents to connect with their kids at the end of a work day.
Having read the two Creepella books, I have to say, I can see why children today love it. The stories are genuinely good, there are interesting and unusual characters in each book and amusing tidbits to get you giggling along the way.