Buy books about parenting online in Pakistan from Chapters bookstore
While we can't say these fabulous books cover everything there is to know about parenting, they will help parents plan for and look after their children's health (including mental health), as well as their own. 
  1. Moleskine Passion Journal - Baby 

 Moleskine Passion Journal - Baby

Oh my God I’m pregnant! The joy, the nerves, and more than anything, the planning! The Moleskine Passion Baby Journal is the one place to capture all the moments – the ups, the downs and all the incredible milestones of parenthood. The journal contains sections to help you along your way. From the moment you discover you’re pregnant to birth and beyond, record every moment as it happens. Explore all the Moleskine notebooks here.

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  1. Five Deep Breaths: The Power of Mindful Parenting by Dr Genevieve von Lob

Five Deep Breaths

Every parent is doing the best they can, but there are times when it feels like nothing you do is ever good enough. Everyone seems to have an opinion and there's no shortage of advice on how to be a better parent. Raising happy, confident, and resilient children is the most important job in the world - but in our fast-paced, twenty-first-century society, the challenges can feel overwhelming and exhausting. In Five Deep Breaths, Dr Genevieve von Lob gives simple, practical support for parents. Based on mindfulness, psychology and neuroscience, this reassuring guide will show you how to be kinder to yourself and trust your own judgement when dealing with dilemmas every parent faces. 

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  1. Beyond The Bump by Sally Shepherd 

Beyond The Bump

A healthy and happy parent is a baby's most important asset. But the first year postpartum can be very challenging. Women must grapple with a whole new existence, and going from 'me' to 'we' can be terrifying for new mums. Beyond The Bump is a thoughtful and practical guide to help new mums feel calm, confident and equipped to face the physical, emotional and mental hurdles they may encounter post-birth.

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  1. Navigating Teenage Depression: A guide for parents and professionals by Gordon Parker & Kerrie Eyers

Navigating Teen Depression - Parenting

Possibly the most relevant book on our list, discussing a subject – mental health in teens and young people - that just doesn’t get talked about enough. How can you tell whether your teenager is going through just typical teenage ups and downs that will pass, or something more serious? How can we reliably identify and support teenagers with depression? Navigating Teenage Depression explains how to systematically identify different mood disorders and contributing factors – an essential handbook for every parent, carer or professional looking after a young person with depression. Search more books for teens with delivery across Pakistan from our online bookstore.

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  1. Now Say This: The right words to solve every parenting dilemma by Heather Turgeon & Julie Wright

Now Say This - Parenting

Your toddler has a meltdown over the wrong pair of pants, the children are fighting in the back of the car, there are constant struggles just to leave the house . . . As parents, you have the best intentions to be patient and loving, but in the heat of the moment you may often find yourselves feeling helpless, desperate, and so frustrated that you resort to yelling, threatening, bribing, or caving. Now Say This solves the dilemma of how to be empathic and effective at once, answering the questions “What do I say?” Using scripts and body-language tips from real-life examples, this book gives flustered parents the exact words to use in any situation. 

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Sajda Ali

Sajda Ali

I was searching for books on parenting. This article is very helpful with links to the books so I could easily get more information and make my purchase.

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