When you found out you were pregnant, did you run out to buy all the books you could get your hands on? What to Expect When Your Expecting, Happiest Baby on the Block, or maybe The Baby Book?
There are so many to choose from and so many of them have conflicting advice and recommendations. But one thing you can’t argue with is science, right?
Norine Dworkin-McDaniel and Jessica Ziegler’s new book Science of Parenthood may not be full of honest-to-goodness parenting advice, but it sure is worth a read. The duo wrote and illustrated the ups, downs, curves and turns parents face on a daily basis and created a book that is beyond relatable for parents everywhere.The subtitle says it all: Thoroughly Unscientific Explanations for Utterly Baffling Parenting Situations.
The book walks you through the steps to find your missing cellphone and gives you a graph to help those around you understand your pregnancy cravings. We’re happy to say it provides an easy guide to ensure you are sipping on the appropriate beverage when watching the dreaded Cailou with the kids—see, even “science” understands just how annoying Caillou can be.
Check out a few more of the hilarious comics below and, if you want more, be sure to pre-order the book now, or pick it up on November 17th!