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7 Insightful Parenting Books to Add to Your Reading List

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They say that parenting doesn’t have a manual, but that doesn’t mean you should guess your way through it. You can get ideas and information that can make the process manageable in parenting books. There are many, but you need to pick a few depending on your situation or just for information purposes. In this post, we share some of the most insightful parenting books you should read. 

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African Parents Must Know: Child Protection and Welfare Issues in the United Kingdom

Any African parent planning to move to the United Kingdom should first get hold of Kemi Williams’ book. You’ll encounter a different culture and how you handle your child in Africa will be different. 

The laws in the UK are more strict and don’t provide room for physical punishment. Get ready for a transformation that will help you transition smoothly. Check it out on Amazon.

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I Wish My Dad: The Power of Vulnerable Conversations between Fathers and Sons

Romal Tune talking about his book. Video Credit: Romal Tune

This masterpiece by Romal Tune is one of the best parenting books you can read as a black father. The author was largely raised by a single mother and longed for his dad’s presence. Romal went in search of other men’s experiences and found a gap. 

Black men longed to talk to their fathers and be vulnerable. By the end of the book, he hopes that you’ll become the father you wish you had.

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My Brown Baby: On the Joys & Challenges of Raising Black Children

Denene Millner’s journey to writing this book started as a blog where she provided insight into motherhood. It did so well that she brought together a collection of the best stories into this book. The book highlights the complexities of raising black children and elevates the voice of black people which is often ignored when it comes to parenting.

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The Brown Mama Mindset: A Blueprint for Black Moms on Life, Love and Home

Book review of Muffy Mendoza’s book The Brown Mama Mindset. Video Credit: 
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Muffy Mendoza wrote this book specifically for black mothers. Often, they struggle to balance between taking care of their children and themselves. She wants to help you to become not only an outstanding mother but a woman. There’s so much more and you should buy this book on Amazon to find out.

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To Black Parents Visiting Earth: Raising Black Children in the 21st Century

Janet Stickmon talking about the book. Video Credit: Janet Stickmon

This is one of the parenting books that you should add to your list. It addresses some of the pressing needs of the black community: generational wealth and hair. The writer Janet Stickmon advises you on how to raise black kids who are content. Get this book on Amazon.

Things I Will Tell My Daughter: Uncensored Truths on Love, Money and Womanhood

Joan Thatiah talking about her book. Video Credit: Carolina Mutoko

Kenyan writer Joan Thatiah uses her personal story, social history and wisdom gained through experience to produce this easy-to-read book. It contains a collection of stories she wishes someone would have told her. 

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Very Intentional Parenting: Awakening the Empowered Parent Within

Destini on parenting tips. Video Credit: The Jai Institute for Parenting

Destini Ann Davis isn’t a parenting expert, but her book might be what you need to streamline your parenting journey. She centers her teachings around peace and positive parenting techniques to instill discipline. Additionally, Davis advocates communicating with your child to get through to them. 

There’s no shortage of parenting books to read. If you’re planning to become a parent or are already one, learning is one way of upskilling. It’ll help you deal with different situations and appreciate the experience. Which other parenting book can you recommend?

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