Best Parenting Books That Can Help You in Raising Your Preschooler

No one starts out knowing everything there is to know about parenting. Luckily, there are books that can help provide some guidance.  Here is our list of the best parenting books that can help you learn the key aspects of parenting:

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Heart to Heart Parenting
By Robin Grille

This book emphasizes the importance of the emotional connection between parent and kid. Heart to Heart Parenting is about enjoying the beautiful adventure of raising your children while also trusting your innate parenting abilities. 

Unconditional Parenting 
By Alfie Kohn

In this groundbreaking book, Alfie Kohn, an educator, argues that standard parenting practices frequently communicate the wrong message. Kohn proposes an alternative parenting strategy that entails providing unconditional love and support.

First-time Parents
By Miriam Stoppard

In this book, Dr. Miriam Stoppard, a childcare professional, provides a practical approach to parenting. This is one of the best books for first-time parents covering many themes. The book also discusses a father’s responsibilities, as well as the emotional concerns that come with being a new parent.

The Argument Hangover
By Jocelyn & Aaron Freeman

This book is made for those who have problems getting on the same page with their partner regarding parenting. The Freemans are world-renowned relationship specialists who can help you make the most out of your relationship with your partner so that you can both provide the best for your kids. 

Parenting with Love and Logic
By Foster Cline and Jim Fay

Dr. Foster Cline, a child and adult psychiatrist, and Jim Fay, an educational consultant, emphasize the necessity of "practice" when raising responsible children. This parenting book provides practical advice and demonstrates how to raise self-assured and driven children without resorting to scolding and manipulation.

Live Love Now
By Rachel Macy Stafford

In Live Love Now, New York Times bestselling author Rachel Macy Stafford addresses the most pressing issues confronting today's children. It teaches adults to engage them with humanity, compassion, and honesty to uncover the profound, life-giving connection that everyone craves.

Parentology
By Dalton Conley

Dalton Conley reveals his unique but attractive approach to child-rearing in this amusing book. This book provides ground-breaking studies to aid in developing intelligent and self-assured preschoolers. However, this book does not provide a list of do’s and don'ts or guidelines for other parents. It is instead about his parenting experience.

Middle School Makeover
By Michelle Icard

This little book is a must-have for parents and educators who want to assist their tweens in negotiating the socially charged corridors, gyms, and cafeterias of middle school. She also discusses dating, social media, and peer isolation.

The Addiction Inoculation
By Jessica Lahey

Through her extensive study, Lahey states that a few strong tactics may mean the difference between a child's terrible addiction and healthy self-control. There are risks, but Lahey's suggestions will provide you with understanding and a clear road ahead.

The Explosive Child
By Ross W. Greene

Do you have the impression that your child is out of control? Is it common for your preschoolers to react to situations by sobbing, yelling, swearing, striking, and so on? If you've tried everything and nothing appears to be working, this book is for you.

If you're still seeking solutions after reading any of these books, we advise you to contact us at FirstSchool and discover the different ways you can persuade your kids to listen. We are always here to assist you and your preschooler on this journey.

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Dorothy Hastings

Dorothy Hastings is the Director of First School, which are three preschool and child care centers located throughout Southern California. First School provides a hands-on approach to preschool education and Child Care Programs that emphasizes all around child development. In addition to their intuitive academic approach, First School also focuses on developing a child's social skills and self-confidence, which is made possible in their intimate learning atmosphere.

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