Reading for Parents
by Katrina Lybbert
lists of books are worth reading if you have a toddler. I have read
and referred to many of these books as I have had toddlers in the home.
You will find many great ideas and suggestions that you might not have
otherwise thought of. Enjoy reading!
Your Child by Dr. Miriam Stoppard
to Expect the Toddler Years by Arlene Eisenberg, Heidi E. Murkoff,
& Sandee E. Hathaway, B.S.N.
Child at Play: One to Two Years by Marilyn Segal
of the Baby Whisperer for Toddlers by Tracy Hogg
of All Toddler Books by Ann Douglas
Toddler on the Block by Harvey Karp, M.D.
Baby and Child Care by Benjamin Spock, M.D. & Michael B. Rothenberg,
Healthy Kids by Alvin N. Eden, M.D., with Andrea P. Boyar, Ph.D., R.D.
Prudden's Exercise Program for Young Children: 4 weeks to 4 years by
Your Child Basic Body Confidence by Patty Carmichael Gerard with Marian
Made and Daddy Too! Home Cooking for a Healthy Baby and Toddler by
Martha and David Kimmel
Macaroni and Cheese by Mary Beth Lagerborg
7 Kinds of Smart by Thomas
A Mind at a Time by Mel
Smart! Building Brain Power in the Early Years by Pam Schiller
Need Books: Sharing the Joy of Books With Your Child from Birth to Six
by Dorothy Butler
Talk to Your Baby by Dorothy P. Dougherty
Stories for Infants and Toddlers by Ann and Mary Carlson
and Educating Your Preschool Child (An Usborne Guide) by Robyn Gee
and Susan Meredith
of Baby Einstein: 365 Activities to Share with your Baby -- Concept
by Julie Aigner-Clark