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.
Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Magic of Mothers & Daughters offers 101 stories - not all are inspirational, but there will be more than a few to make you smile, laugh out loud or shed a few tears.
If you do not know what else you can do with your children in Singapore besides visiting the infamous Universal Studios, Jurong Bird Park and the Sentosa beach, you may be able to find some fresh ideas from Fun for Kids in Singapore.
Thea Stilton is the famous journalist Geronimo Stilton's sister. This series is about the adventures of her five friends – who call themselves the Thea sisters.
Author Pamela Druckerman describes her parenting adventure with her first baby in a country where all kids are well-mannered, sophisticated and with the food palate of grownups.
The purpose of this book is to encourage kids to take up sports and to help them understand the sport better (in this case cycling and bicycles). The best part is that there are short “Tips for Parents” in every chapter to assist parents.
Lonely Planet has taken its formula for successful travel guides and used it for kids. It is a travel guide plus walking encyclopaedia of sorts about the respective cities.