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5 Best Parenting Books For New Dads Of All Time

It seems that all the advice out there for parenting is aimed at mums. It’s easy for new dads to feel lost and alone when approaching parenting.

But fear not, we are here to help. We’ve rounded up the top parenting books for men.

#1 Understanding Your Baby by Ayelet Marinovich

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My best-selling book, Understanding Your Baby, is a new parent’s guide for playing with their baby. It breaks down development and simple, natural play activities that support various areas of early learning. Many new fathers report that during the early days, weeks, and even months, it can be difficult or less “natural” to bond with their young baby.

Many fathers want high quality, research-based information about what they can do to support their baby during his or her first year of life, but struggle to find and make use of this information. This book is great for new dads because it provides easy-to-read (even for sleep-deprived parents!), to-the-point,  empirical and evidence-based information, followed by a “what-you-can-do” section with easy-to-follow ideas for dads to do each week with their infants.

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Contributors: Ayelet Marinovich from Strength In Words LLC

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#2 The Fun Book of Fatherhood by Jerry Cammarata

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A charming resource and terrific learning tool for children, the central theme of The Fun Book of Fatherhood is that humans should emulate their counterparts in the animal kingdom when raising their children. By looking at how the animal kingdom raises its young, readers can learn how to be incredibly accepting of each other, their diversity, and of the individuality of parenting.

Dr. Cammarata drives home the point that parents must be role models, not teachers, to best full fill the psycho-social- academic- cultural needs of our children. The revised edition also expands the book with a prologue and epilogue about the current state of affairs on parenting globally and ways to proactively reach out to legislators on the issues of parenting and paid family leave.

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Contributors: Jane Reilly from Smith Publishing Inc.

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#3 Family Fit by John E Mayer

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The theme of book is how to be engaged with your family members of all ages and yet accomplish YOUR goals for lifestyle, fitness etc. It sounds impossible with our busy schedules in today’s world-but, here’s how to do it and fitness is a great activity to accomplish it.

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Contributors: John Mayer from DrJohnMayer

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#4 Lions and Tigers and Terrorists, Oh My! by Carole Lieberman

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Lions and Tigers and Terrorists, Oh My! How to Protect Your Child in a Time of Terror This award-winning book (Book Festivals of New York, London, Paris, Hollywood) is the first and only book about terrorism for kids (and their parents, teachers and school psychologists). It teaches grownups how to talk to kids about terrorism and how to build resilience in them, while also being a picture book that gives kids a gentle introduction to terrorism.

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Contributors: Carole Lieberman from Dr. Carole-America’s Psychiatrist

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#5 They’re Your Kids Too by Anne P. Mitchell

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They’re Your Kids Too: The Single Father’s Guide to Defending Your Fatherhood in a Broken Family Law System is a straight-forward, easy-to-read book jam-packed with advice from one of the first fathers' rights attorneys in the U.S., yet gets right to the point and tells you everything that you need to know.

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Contributors: Anne P. Mitchell from Dadsrights

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