The list author says: "When you decide to start a family, you'll need to learn about a few dramatic, short-lived stages: getting pregnant, pregnancy, birth, "the fourth trimester" or first few months, babies, toddlers and everything beyond. Take time now to prepare yourself because you wont get it later."
"One of the best rundowns of everything that will happen from your third trimester through the first month with your child. Written for dads, partners and doulas, it's also a great resource for the pregnant."
"if you have the time now, prepare yourself for growing children by reading the latest in scientific research on the importance of sleep, the negative backlash of broad praise, and why your instincts may actually just be your cultural disposition guiding your decisions on parenting."
"Movement is crucial for brain development. Here's a well written, highly researched guide to your child's brain and how their motor skills are not just about coordination but about the very fabric of their ability to learn and process information. Great chapters on learning disabilities and on designing an education system that respects the individual needs of children."