37 Books Every Parent Should Read

Here’s what to read when you’re expecting.

Mayo Clinic Guide to Your Baby’s First Year: From Doctors Who Are Parents, Too!

Mayo Clinic Guide to Your Baby's First Year: From Doctors Who Are Parents, Too!

« Our pediatrician gave us a copy of an older version and it was the best reference. No parenting advice, just unbiased information. I give it to every new parent I know. » —Lou LaChute, Facebook

« They weren’t alarmist and let you know what to be watchful for without being scary. I also liked how everything was broken down month by month as well as by topic. I found them super helpful. » —jilliang4ee629412

« It gave me a good heads up of what to expect with my first baby, and I've even cracked it open a couple of times with my second. » —Justine Fitting, Facebook

Da Capo Lifelong Books

The Girlfriends’ Guide to Pregnancy by Vicki Iovine

The Girlfriends' Guide to Pregnancy by Vicki Iovine

« It's both hysterical and incredibly accurate about what exactly is going to go on with your body. » —Maimah Phillips, Facebook

Pocket Books

Toddlers Are A**holes: It’s Not Your Fault by Bunmi Laditan

Toddlers Are A**holes: It's Not Your Fault by Bunmi Laditan

« If you ever look at your toddler and wonder what they are thinking, this book will answer that question. It's sarcastic and funny, but oh so relatable. » —Sara Lee, Facebook

« You HAVE to read Toddlers are A**holes. Go ahead and read it when yours is still an infant to get a good chuckle, and then read it again when that infant is a toddler and you need some reassurance that the craziness is normal. » —eryncuz

Workman Publishing Company


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