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Cribsheet: a Data Driven Guide to Better, Emily Oster

An economist’s data-driven guide to the early years of parenting. Informative and entertaining, Oster debunks myths and offers the fact-based reality around everything from language acquisition to potty training.



Bringing Up Bébé: One American Mother Discovers the Wisdom of French Parenting, Pamela Druckerman

The bestseller that sparked a national debate on parenting. This book exposes the secrets behind France’s amazingly well-behaved children with charm and wisdom.



Diaper Dude: The Ultimate Dad’s Guide to Surviving the First Two Years, Chris Peluga

A humorous and easy-to-read resource for new dads stuffed with useful information, hilarious anecdotes, tidbits of psychology and science, and engaging sidebars.


Best Podcast for Kids



Wow in the World

Wow in the World is a goofball science podcast packed with as much comedy as information. It takes serious scientific inquiries and makes learning fun – even for parents. It is produced by NPR. Free on Apple.


Best for Toddlers


Just Like Me, Vanessa Brantley-Newton

Mini-stories about girls of all kinds told with vibrant illustrations and lively poetry. This uplifting book covers themes of friendship, diversity and self-esteem and invites young readers to find themselves within its pages.



The Fate of Fausto, Oliver Jeffers

A beautiful modern-day fable that cautions greed and entitlement. Jeffers tale combines whimsical illustrations with powerful prose to create a story that will touch the hearts of adults and children alike.


 


The Box Turtle, Vanessa Roeder

A sweet story about staying true to yourself, starring a turtle who uses a cardboard box as a shell. Born without a shell, Terrance is quite content with his cardboard box replacement until another turtle makes him doubt its worth.


Best Digital App for Kids


Teach Me

TeachMe is a wonderful educational app which teaches colours, shapes, numbers and phonics. It then progresses to Kindergarten and up to Year 3. $0.99 each or $7.99 for the bundle. You can choose a US or a UK accent.


 

 

 
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