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Child Development Books & Resources

Updated: Feb 14, 2022

These are a list of child development books and resources The Preschool Group advocates. They are but a few available for your use in the Preschool library.

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If you find any of these books or websites to be helpful and you’d like to purchase them, please use one of the Amazon links provided. We receive a small affiliate commission if you purchase an item from Amazon using our link – your price remains unchanged.

Recommended Child Development Books:

  1. William Sears, M.D., and Martha Sears, R.N.

  1. The Way They Learn – Cynthia Tobias

  2. How to Really Love Your Child – Ross Campbell, M.D.

  3. Miseducation: Preschoolers at Risk – David Elkind, Ph.D.

  4. Fatherhood, Living on the Edge – Glenn T. Stanton

  5. Little House on the Freeway – Dr. Tim Kimmel

  6. Tell All the Little Children – Kenneth L. Chafin

  7. Raising Kids to Love Jesus: A Biblical Guide for Parents – H. Norman Wright and Gary J. Oliver

  8. When Can A Child Believe? – Eugene Chamberlain

  9. The Heart of Parenting: Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child – John Gottman

  10. When Can I? Questions Preschoolers Ask in Their 1st Steps Toward Faith – Thomas Sanders, illustrated by Gregg Thorkelson

  11. Children and the Christian Faith – Cos H. Davis, Jr.

  12. Read to Me Bible for Kids – Holman Press

  13. There is a Big Difference Between Parent Dedication and Infant Baptism – Dan Yeary

Recommended Websites:

  1. Parent Talk (

  2. Focus on the Family (

  3. Baby Center (

  4. My Vision ( In today's modern world of screen usage, it is important to consider the negative effects of extended screen time on the eyes, minds, and bodies of children. To educate the public on this, they recently published a guide: Screen Time Guide for Parents .

Recommended Video Series:

  1. Intentional Parenting by Les and Leslie Parrot

  2. Conscious Discipline: Building Emotional Intelligence by Becky Bailly

  3. Character Development, Self-Esteem and Discipline by Madelyn Swift


There are many resources available to parents of pre-school age children. We hope this list is helpful in widdling down the many options and gives you a place to start. We welcome your input and questions.#advice #nanny #parenting

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