These Parenting Books Are Trending And Why You Should Be Reading Them

So at every step of the way, every time we do something for our kids, we instantly look to parenting books or the world wide web to see if we are doing it right. As parents we tend to concentrate more on teaching lessons than enjoying raising our children and this book, filled to the gills with practical advice, powerful exercises, and fascinating stories from her clinical work, is exactly what you need to read. This book is filled with practical, proactive strategies and encourages positive parenting in the age of social mediaWhy you should read itIf not for the clear, crisp manner in which it written, parents need to pick up this book just to be aware of the dangers of posting everything our children do, say, and think with the online world. Her book Super Kids provides parents with dozens of recipes for easy, healthy, and ‘loved-by-children’ recipes. Why you should read itIf you are a first time mom, then this book will remind you of just how much has changed for you.
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As parents we are constantly doubting ourselves. So at every step of the way, every time we do something for our kids, we instantly look to parenting books or the world wide web to see if we are doing it right. Whether you agree with the fact that we should doubt ourselves or not, books on parenting can be found flying off the shelves!

We know you have read the What to Expect series till you can recite it verbatim, and Bringing up Bebe to try all those tricks to make your child eat healthy, but it time to read some fabulous authors who have come up with their own titles. So here is a roundup of the latest parenting books in the market and why you should be reading them.

Karmic Kids by Kiran Manral
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Rs. 194/-

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Kiran Manral has published her first nonfiction book and we couldn’t be more excited! The author of a hugely successful blog, this book has grown out of those blogposts and we are sure the humour has carried through. Manral chronicles her son’s milestones in an extremely irreverent and fresh manner that not only touches a chord with millions of parents but will instantly make you think, “Why didn’t I think of that?”

Why you should read it
If her blog is anything to go by, this book will be a fantastic read simply because of the humour quotient. Go on moms, you know you need a good laugh!

Parenting With Presence by Susan Steiffelman
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 Rs. 299/-

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As parents we think we are our children’s first and most important teachers. But little do we know that our children teach us life’s greatest lessons. Parenting expert Susan Stiffelman shows us how to learn from the very things that push our buttons. As parents we tend to concentrate more on teaching lessons than enjoying raising our children and this book, filled to the gills with practical advice, powerful exercises, and fascinating stories from her clinical work, is exactly what you need to read.

Why you should read it
Written in a non judgemental, straightforward manner, this book has exercises that complement the learning. How to be a more mindful parent and how to raise our children to be confident adults is something all parents grapple with and this book answers those questions.

Parenting in the age of Facebook by Marzia Hassan
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Rs. 221/-

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Whether we like it or not, we are raising our children in the era of social networking. Everything our children do is immediately shared, liked, and commented upon on the world wide web. What are the dangers this poses? Are parents even aware of the dangers of posting information and pictures of their children online? This book is filled with practical, proactive strategies and encourages positive parenting in the age of social media

Why you should read it
If not for the clear, crisp manner in which it written, parents need to pick up this book just to be aware of the dangers of posting everything our children do, say, and think with the online world. A good read for the times we live in.

Super Kids by Suman Agarwal
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Rs. 175/-

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“I am super happy with my child’s eating habits”, said no parent ever! Our child’s eating habits is a constant thorn in our side. We worry they are eating too little, too much, too many fatty foods, not enough veggies…and the list goes on. Author Suman Agarwal feels your pain. Her book Super Kids provides parents with dozens of recipes for easy, healthy, and ‘loved-by-children’ recipes. Try spinach masala dosa or chipotle rolls and watch as they eat their way to a healthier future!

Why you should read it
Agarwal provides not just recipes that kids can’t say no to but also has a solution to how to make boring ghar ka khana more interesting! The recipes come with simple instructions, photos, and calorie indicators.

Parenting In The Age Of McDonald’s by Tanuja Sodhi
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Rs. 175/-

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As parents we are slotted into so many categories and as much as we hate it we do the same to our children when it comes to their eating habits. They are picky, overweight, underweight, stressed eater and so much more. Parenting in the Age of McDonald’s throws light on just how much parents have to deal with in this day and age. With super busy lives not every parent can cook up nutritious, healthy food for every meal. Children have never had more deep fried fast food to choose from either! So if you have concerns about your child’s eating habits, this book tells you how to deal with it.

Why you should read it
This book doesn’t just dispense textbook advice, but draws from real life experiences. IT keeps in mind the hectic chaos of today’s living and advises parents accordingly

I Made A Boo Boo by Shivangi Sharma
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Rs. 155/-

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How the life of a woman changes after she has children. At the beck and call of something that is so tiny, she finds herself increasingly getting literally and figuratively tethered to her baby. Parenting is tough in the best of circumstances and this book is a hilarious account of just that.

Why you should read it
If you are a first time mom, then this book will remind you of just how much has changed for you. You will definitely be able to identify with this book.

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