Hints, tips, dos and don’ts for human parents.
It can be a daunting experience, arriving home with a newborn for the first time. And for many parents, the questions, anxieties, ups and downs will continue well after their children have been fed, clothed, schooled and raised, and have set off on adventures of their own. Luckily there are millions like you, and there’s a good chance your questions have been asked and answered by other parents and experts too. Here are some books full of foolproof parenting advice to guide you through some of the most challenging years of any adult human’s life.
Tips from Stay at Home Mum on how to blog for a profit.
The bestselling author and cartoonist on how to feel more confident.
Take the quiz from Raising Girls Who Like Themselves to find out if the glass is half full or half empty.
Bestselling author, rocket scientist, medical doctor and mother Anita Vandyke offers her top five tips for becoming a zero waste family.
Anxious Mums author Dr Jodi Richardson offers suggestions for taking care of your mental health in the early days of motherhood.
How to Raise Happy and Successful Children author Esther Wojcicki outlines how your kids can write their own rules around screen time.
From Surviving Year 12, three parenting tips to help you help your kids.
Maggie Groff blows up a motherhood fantasy with a cold dose of motherhood reality.
From Dear Girls, Ali Wong imparts invaluable wisdom for her daughters’ futures.
In Up the Duff, Kaz Cooke explains the importance of pelvic-floor exercises.
Anxious Kids co-author Dr Jodi Richardson is an expert on anxiety, having lived it and studied it. Here she takes us through her personal journey with anxiety and some essential management tools.
From Anxious Kids, some breathing exercise and tips for you and your kids.
Samantha Brett and Steph Adams share the inspiration behind The Juggle.
From Boosting Your Basics, a simple trick for increasing your child’s interest in food.
Tips for parent–boofhead negotiations, and what to do when they break down.