Raising a child can be difficult yes rewarding. With the difficult road to navigate, there is little formal preparation for parents to learn how to recognize and address their children’s many needs. Books are a popular way for parents to self-educate on how to raise their children to be happy and healthy.
This infographic presents 50 of the top books for parenting. The books were chosen based on their insight, humor, inspiration, and techniques for raising children well, in addition to their relevance to modern-day life.
Source: Early Childhood Education Degrees
The tiger mom parenting style has drawn more attention in the past few years, initiated by the publishing of “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother” by Amy Chua. This book describes the “traditional Chinese” style of parenting. It involves strict discipline and tough love. Tiger moms have received much criticism for their harsh treatment of their children.
Two years later, Kim Wong Keltner published “Tiger Babies Strike Back,” a view into the parenting style, from the child’s perspective. She describes the struggle she felt growing up, and the harmful effects of tiger moms.
To learn more about tiger moms, and the positives and negatives of this parenting style, check out the infographic below, presented by masters-in-teaching.com