You and Your Tween by Hollie Smith
What should you do if your child is being bullied? How do you approach the thorny subject of sex? Smith tackles these questions and more.
2. Be a Great Single Parent by Suzie Hayman
This has sections on everything from what being a single-parent family means to your child, to the daily realities of being on your own.
3. New Toddler Taming by Dr Christopher Green
Toddlerdom is a minefield. But paediatrician Green is on hand to guide you through, with his advice to stop, listen and try to think like a toddler.
4. Raising Boys by Steve Biddulph
Packed full of pithy wisdom on what it is to move from boyhood to manhood and how to help your (not-so) little one on his way. This bestseller has sold four million copies.
5. Eco Baby by Sally J Hall
From cots to car seats, clothing to food, Sally Hall looks at every aspect of baby's first year, showing parents how to rear their child the eco-friendly way.
6. Siblings without Rivalry by Adele Faber
This guide features hundreds of families, which encourages parents to look at their behaviour when trying to understand children.
7. The Step-parents' Parachute by Flora McEvedy
One in 10 children in the UK has a step-parent, yet they are often left out of parenting literature. McEvedy addresses the gap in this guide.
8. Raise a Happy Teenager 2010 by Suzie Hayman
Things getting tough between you and your teen? This book deals with conflict resolution, communication and understanding your teen.
9. The Essential First Year by Penelope Leach
Leach's latest tackles the biggest issues in a baby and mother's first year ? sleeping, feeding and crying - with sympathy and frankness.
10. Facing Up to Facebook by Eileen Fursland
Social networking has changed adoption. Reunions can take place at the click of a mouse. Fursland examines the issues for adoptive families.