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Essentials Book Club

Best for Parents

How Not to Hate Your Husband After Kids, Jancee Dunn

When you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the parenting advice this quirky and hilarious book is exactly what you need – a reminder not to take it all so seriously and celebrate the fun of being a mum.

 


Weird Parenting Wins, Hillary Frank

When expert advice or common sense doesn’t work, these ‘weird parenting wins’ in the form of many hilarious parenting anecdotes can provide viable solutions or some much-needed comic relief.

 


The Mommy Shorts Guide to Remarkably Average Parenting, Ilana Wiles

While many expecting parents research how to care for a new baby, they rarely consider how to care for their marriage. Dunn explores the marriage issues and solutions that arise when a baby is thrown into the mix.


Best Digital for Parents


Remember the Milk

Remember the Milk is a smart app for busy people. Organise tasks for your busy day by priority or deadline. You’ll never forget the milk (or anything else) again. Free, available for iOS. Pro Version is $39.99 a year.

 

Best for Children

The Little People, Big Dreams Series, Isabel Sanchez Vegara

Bringing the life and work of outstanding people to life for young children with beautiful illustrations and artful simplicity. Subjects include David Attenborough, Amelia Earhart, Anne Frank and Rosa Parks.

 


The Proudest Blue: A Story of Hijab and Family, Ibtihaj Muhammad

Created by Olympic medallist Ibtihaj Muhammad, this powerful storybook follows two sisters on the first day of hijab. An uplifting story of sibling bonds and being proud of who you are.


Antiracist Baby, Ibram X. Kendi

With bold illustration and thoughtful text, this picture book offers nine, easily digestible ways in which our children can help build a more equitable, antiracist world.


Best Digital for Children


HappiMe For Young People

HappiMe For Young People helps raise self-esteem, self confidence and happiness levels by teaching young people about the power of thinking positively. Free, available for iOS and Android.

 


 

 
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