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8 Best Parenting EBooks of 2020

8 Best Parenting EBooks of 2020

December 10, 2020

Parenting is a tough job. A rewarding one, but a tough one! One thing that can help you through this phase of parenting is informative and engaging EBooks! We have gathered a list of 8 of the best parenting EBooks of 2020, check them out! 

  1. What No One Tells You: A Guide to Your Emotions from Pregnancy to Motherhood

Author: Alexandra Sacks & Catherine Bindorf

This book is a basic guide to mothers emotions from pregnancy to motherhood. This book helps explain the roller coaster of emotions that mothers go through with help from a reproductive psychiatrist. 

<Buy on Amazon>

  1. Cribsheet 

Author: Emily Oster 

Author Emily Oster, an economist, approaches the subject of parenting with data-driven research. Once you dive into this book, you will find out things backed with research and numbers. Will breastfeeding make your kid a genius? Will it not? Find out with this book! 

<Buy on Amazon>

  1. Like a Mother: A Feminist Journey Through the Science and Culture of Pregnancy

Author: Angela Garbes

Angela Garbes used to be a journalist, but once she became a mother, she realised that the information she was looking for wasn’t available. So she decided to write her own book which helped debunk conventional wisdom on pregnancy and motherhood. 

<Buy on Amazon>

  1. Taking Care of Your Child: A Parent’s Illustrated Guide to Complete Medical Care 

Author: Angela Garbes

First-time parents struggle with the question “am I doing this right?” This book will help clear those doubts with easy to read charts. It helps you figure out if you can either take your child to the doctors or if is something you can help your child with at home. 

<Buy on Amazon>

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  1. Diaper Dude 

Author: Chris Pegula

Author Chris Pegula brings you this engaging book on the ultimate dad’s guide to surviving the first two years. It shows fathers that they don’t have to lose themselves in order to become fathers to their children! 

<Buy on Amazon>

  1. How to Talk so Kids will Listen & Listen so Kids Will Talk 

Author: Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish

This book was written years ago by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish, but the content remains relevant to this day. Decode the language of your child and learn how to communicate with them without having to continuously raise your voice. 

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  1. How to Raise an Adult 

Author: Julie Lythcott-Haims

Overparenting is one of the mistakes every young parent can face. This book, written by Julie Lythcott-Haims will show you have to break free of that and prepare your kid for success in the real world. Curb that helicopter parenting and raise your children so they can fend for themselves. 

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  1. The Mommy Shorts Guide to Remarkably Average Parenting

Author: Ilana Wiles 

Ilana Wiles gives you a collection of funny lists, charts, and images that will have you laughing out loud! This book is more of a fun and quick release from the world of being a mom. Sit back and relax while going through this amusing parenting humour book. 

<Buy on Amazon>

Which one of these EBooks piques your interest? Let us know! 


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