If you’re a parent, then you know how difficult it can be to meet the needs of your child. You may feel like there is always more information out there that could help you do a better job as a parent and make life easier for both yourself and your child. Well, we have compiled the 5 Best Parenting Books For Toddlers 2021! These books will give you all sorts of helpful tips on raising children and keep them healthy and happy throughout their growing years.
-How to Eliminate Tantrums and Raise a Patient, Respectful, and Cooperative One- to Four-Year-Old: Revised Edition
Reading a parenting book can be beneficial. I’ve read five parenting books in the last six months to figure out what else I can do to stop my four-year-old from acting out at pre-school since it got him kicked out. I was actually beginning to lose hope in children’s books in general because while they did provide one or two things that could be useful for me to attempt, they did not appear to be worth my time.
But this book is different. The first thing I liked about this toddler parenting book is that it’s written by a guy who knows kids. This guy has seen every type of kid, and he was the first one to “hit the nail on the head” because of all that he has seen. Secondly, this book doesn’t make you feel bad about yourself or your kid. Many parenting books are hard to read because they either make you feel bad about yourself or your child, but not this one. -Review
-A Parent’s Guide to Raising a Curious and Responsible Human Being
Toddlers are confused; they want to assist but don’t, like cuddling and being left alone, and they’re wise and yet illogical.This is a good book for parents who want to follow the Montessori philosophy. Other books talk about doing activities at home, but this one talks about setting up the environment for success.
Because the demands of toddlers are unique, it is designed for parents during this wonderful, challenging time. AND the book is lovely, so any parent of a toddler will learn a lot from this parenting book! -Review
-One American Mother Discovers the Wisdom of French Parenting (now with Bébé Day by Day: 100 Keys to French Parenting)
Probably one of my favorite reads during my pregnancy. It was refreshing to hear an outsider perspective on parenting and pregnancy that’s not the “American norm”. I feel like there is a true benefit to looking at parenting through a more multi-cultural lens. There is so much new parents, and even experienced parents can learn from one another if we just step out of our cultural norms or bubbles.
This book is a good read because it is different from other books. Other books are like rules and how-to’s for new parents. But this book is more like a story. You can learn about someone’s world and what they went through as a new parent. I used French parenting methods when I first had my child. The book helped me change my way of thinking about how I could help my child, such as getting them to sleep through the night and eating healthy food.
This book has a section about baking a cake with your toddler. This is a really clever idea and I haven’t tried it, but I have let my 1.5-year-old help me make pancakes and other things in the kitchen.It has been a great experience for my child so far. It is fun to see her develop and learn these “adult” skills at such an early age. This is a good book for toddler parenting. although It will make you feel good about being a parent in our generation. -Review
This book has helped me a lot. I recommend it to anyone who spends lots of time with children or other people. I read a lot of parenting books (I like to read and books, and I’m the parent of twin toddlers. I’m also a pediatrician). Others (husband, friends) would want to know about them but wouldn’t have to because they didn’t bother reading them.This is an excellent resource. It has thorough reviews, numerous specific instances, and actual pictures (comics) that summarize the key points.
This book can be enjoyed on my levels, but it has also helped my family. The authors intend people to take the time to practice each technique in the chapters for at least a week or two.This book is all about paying attention, and it teaches you how to start by listening to yourself before being ready to listen to others. You become capable of listening to others after you’ve discovered helpful methods for dealing with your own inner voice.You’re the instructor by demonstrating a constructive way to deal with bad thoughts and actions. Faber and Mazlish have really nailed it with this one. This book is pure gold! -Review
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-Your 5-Step Guide to Shaping Proper Behaviour
This is the ideal book for toddler behavior. It explores whether your toddler’s demands are all being met before getting into the subject of discipline. Are they getting enough sleep? How to fix that. Are they eating healthy food? How to fix that. Is there enough time with each parent? How to help with that. I’m not sure if they are getting enough activity and stimulation. Ideas to fix that. Most of their bad behaviors went away after I made some changes, but I’m not sure what those were.
The many issues that remained were swiftly handled with the kind of discipline practiced here. Firm and corrective, but focused on understanding and reinforcing love and tenderness at every opportunity. When it comes to parental control, this is the ideal of both worlds. I bought this for gifts and read it myself a year ago. It is still good, even if your kids are older and younger than a toddler. -Review
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