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    Can anyone recommend any good parenting books they've read/have??

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    Raising the best possible child by Jo Jackson King. All about brain development linked with emotional and physical development, written by an OT and all evidence/science based. Amazing book!!

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    I like The Wonder Weeks by Hetty van der Rijt and Frans Plooij. Again about brain development and how to understand and handle developmental leaps in your baby. Evidence and science based too.

    It's the only book I've ever read on parenting.
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    Baby on board or your cherished baby by Dr Howard Chiltern.

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    For what age group and what aspects of parenting, OP?

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    I have a little boy almost 11 months...
    So looking for something about raising boys, and toddlers

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