These booklists will help you tackle some of the challenges of raising a family. You can reserve these books for collection from any Suffolk Library for free using your library card online or by contacting us.
Advice on understanding and explaining ADHD.
Advice on understanding and explaining Austism and Asperger’s Syndrome
Books to help you talk about death with a child and stories to explore the feelings of grief.
A list of books for children dealing with biting.
Self-help books on recognising and tackling bullying.
Books on all different types of family including single-parenting, separation and step-families.
Information and advice on Dyslexia.
Books to help explain conception, pregnancy and birth.
Self-help and story books to help children to talk about their worries, fears and anxieties.
Books to help children resolve feelings of jealousy.
Books to help explain adoption and fostering to children.
Includes books on bathtime, brushing teeth and not spreading germs.
Self-help and story books about healthy eating.
Books to help prepare children for a new baby in the family.
Funny stories for children and advice for parents to support potty training and dry nights.
Books to help children share their things with others.
Books to help children to understand and get along with their brothers and sisters.
Self-help books on sleep-training, getting your child to sleep and bedtime stories to share.
Reassuring books to help prepare children for their first day of school or nursery.
Self-help and stories to help tackle tantrums.
Books to help explore the rights and wrongs of making things up.
Fiction and non-fiction for children of all ages to help explore and explain issues around cancer.
Self-help advice for parents and carers raising young adults and teenagers.
Books which explore mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, OCD and ADHD for young adults and teenagers.
Advice and guidance books on sex education, sexuality and gender identity for young adults and teenagers.
Help and advice on wellbeing and resilience for young adults and teenagers.