1. Parenting with Love and Logic by Foster W. Cline, M.D. & Jim Fay
    Love and Logic has been around for a long time and, overall, parents seem to love the results they get when they incorporate its methods. Focused on natural consequences and attachment with parents, Parenting with Love and Logic provides some tools to think outside the box for discipline and learning in your household.
  1. The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary D. Chapman & Ross Campbell
    The best-selling 5 Love Languages author released this book in 2012 and it’s gotten great reviews ever since. You’ll find keys to communicating with your kids as well as ideas for how to convey your love, fostering better attachment, trust and security in your relationship to last a lifetime.