Thursday, March 22, 2012

8 Free Parenting Books: Cooking, Advice, Special Needs & More

Broaden your parenting horizons by reading what some experts have to say. Most of these books are based on real-life experiences with the authors' own families. As of the time of this posting, all of these books are also free. Please note that prices can change at any time, so always verify the "Buy" price prior to your purchase.


51 Quick & Easy Family Dinners Under $10
All of the recipes in this book have been tested on the author's own family. Each recipe costs less than $10, takes 30 minutes or less to cook, and can feed a family of 5. Try Texas Style Chicken Enchiladas, Swiss Style Meatballs, Grilled or Panini Style Apple and Chicken Sandwiches, and more.
Get your Kindle copy here.
parent to parent....

Livin' La Vida Papa

Louis Mack thought he was done raising kids. His daughter was 16 when all of a sudden, surprise! There's a new baby in the house! This stay-at-home dad has a new perspective on life with a baby. Share in his ups and downs with his new family.
Get your Kindle copy here.
Oh Look, There's Two of Them!

This is one look at the double joys and double trouble of having twins. Author Alan Roy Hocking has fraternal twin girls, but is sure that any parent of twins will relate to his adventures!
Get your Kindle copy here.

babies and toddlers....

Growing Bodies: All About Babies and Toddlers

The focus of this book is about the growth and development of babies and toddlers. Author Wilma Rodgerson also delves into some parenting advice for those first-time parents - what is normal behavior and what should raise a red flag.
Get your Kindle copy here.
special needs....

Dreams Change

This book is a raw look at a mother's journey as she finds out that her unborn baby has Down Syndrome and then living in the NICU. She candidly talks about how your dreams for your child change, when life throws you a curveball.
Get your Kindle copy here.

Raising Kids With Love & Limits

The most effective discipline is consistent and firm. Learn how to stand your ground while showing your kids you still love them. Stop analyzing every little detail and communicate effectively.
Get your Kindle copy here.
family fun....

Grow Your Own Tree-Hugger: 101 activities to teach your child how to live green

101 science, food and craft activities teach children ages 4-10 how to be self-sustainable while having fun. Eliminate pesticides by naturally releasing ladybugs into the garden. Create fun t-shirts and and bags from recycled materials, or make your own solar oven that really works!
Get your Kindle copy here.
Doing Fun Stuff With Little Kids

Over 150 activities for any adult caregiver to do with young children can be done in any kind of weather and for little to no cost.
Get your Kindle copy here.

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