I tend to collect parenting books.
Rearing Godly children is something I’m passionate about, so it’s difficult for me to pass up a book that might present a principle in a unique way or encourage me in my role as a mother.
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1. On Becoming Babywise by Gary Ezzo and Robert Bucknam, MD
2. Raising a Happy, Unspoiled Child by Burton L. White
3. Making Home Work in a Broken Society by Paul Chappell
5. Different Children, Different Needs by Dr. Charles F. Boyd with Robert A. Rohm, PHD
6. On Becoming Childwise by Gary Ezzo and Robert Bucknam, M.D.
7. Making Children Mind without Losing Yours by Dr. Kevin Leman
8. Passionate Parenting by Cary Schmidt
9. If I Had a Parenting Do-Over by Jonathan McKee
10. The Pursuit of Godly Seed by Danny Kenaston
11. The Power of a Praying Parent by Stormie Omartian
12. Middle School: The Inside Story by Cynthia Tobias and Sue Acuna
13. Boundaries with Kids by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend
Book that almost made the list: Making the “Terrible” Two’s Terrific by John Rosemond.
As I reviewed these titles, I noticed that I’m drawn to books that help parents teach their children personal responsibility.
Have you read any of these books? What other parenting books would you recommend?