Nowadays, there are many books that can be placed in the top literature for moms. The books range from stories of fiction, collection of poems to stories from real life experiences. Here is a list of different top literature for moms that I can recommend.
The first book that a mother must have is a book that talks about the early years of motherhood. The book “What to Expect the First Year” by Heidi Murkoff, Sandee Hathaway, and Arlene Eisnberg writes about the things a parent must expect on the first year of having a baby. Topics about choosing the right pediatrician, breast feeding benefits and tips on traveling with the baby, common health concerns and many more are included in this book. The good thing about this book is it also includes information or tips for parents who have children that are adopted and those that have special needs. For more information on your family’s dental health Dr. Gotthelf has very valuable information.
For mothers that have difficulty disciplining their children, it is best to start when they are younger and are just starting to build their values. The book “1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children 2-12” by Thomas W. Phelan writes about the role of numbers in disciplining your children. Children are sometimes able to grasps more of what you say when you include counting of numbers. Spending time with your children is one of the best ways to show your children how much you love and support them. Tara Koerber’s book entitled, “Show Me You Love Me: A Parent’s Fun Guide to Teaching Children They Are Valuable” will surely give you plenty of ideas on how to spend your day with your children in a fun and memorable way.
Another top literature for moms is a book that includes real-life experiences from parents. The book “Life Lessons: Father to Daughter, Father to Son, Mother to Daughter, Mother to Son” by Harry & Melissa Harrison, includes life passages from parents about their experiences from their own children. Collected advice and wisdom are also included for mothers who have difficulty connecting with their sons.
For a refreshing book to better understand your teens, here are two books that are in my top literature for moms. “Do I Get My Allowance Before or After I’m Grounded?: Stop Fighting, Start Talking, and Get to Know Your Teen” by Vanessa Van Petten will help you see your teens in their point of view, since it is written by a teenager. The books “Parenting Your Teen and Loving It: Being the Mom Your Kid Needs” is written by a known, speaker, Susie Davis. It talks about the changes you will see in your teens and tips on how to face to them with humor, biblical wisdom and empathizing personal revelations.