Good Books to Read During the Nightfeed

What do you have to ensure you have by your side when you sit down to feed your little one? We know a glass of water is a must, maybe a cushion for comfort and a muslin? But what else? Feeds can be long and tiring so perhaps you watch TV or read the news? Or how about a good old-fashioned book?

We’ve pulled together a list of some of the most popular and recommended books for 2018! Take your pick...

Popular Books for the New Year

Are you in search for something to keep you occupied during the night feeds (or day time!) with your little one? Or are you looking for a distraction from modern day technology? Look no further than this list, below is a selection of must reads for 2018. So if you love to get your nose into a good book or want to stock up your book collection, then keep on reading!

Feel Good Novels

If it’s feel good novels that you’re into then look no further than The Lido, a book centred around friendship, love and an outdoor swimming pool. Be one step ahead by getting your nose into this this book… it’s has already been tipped to make an appearance at the cinema!

Who’s not a fan of Bridget Jones?

This next romantic novel looks into the modern dating scene when a long-term relationship between two lovers comes to an end, but as anyone trying to date in the 21st century, it shows that it’s not that straight forward. Have a read of The Last Romeo by Justin Myers for a heartfelt take on the dating scene in 2018.

Non-fiction Books?

If you like your non-fiction books to take you back then consider, The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock by Imogen Hermes Gowar. Set in 1785 Jonah Hancock finds a merchant has swapped his ship for a mermaid, after the news has spread Jonah finds himself in high society where he meets courtesan Angelica Neal, but what strain will the mermaid have on their relationship?

Skybound by Rebecca Loncraine tells the true story of Rebecca, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in her 30’s. After her successful treatment she discovered her love of gliding and how it took her to the other side of the globe.

Thrillers your favourite?

The Woman in the Window by AJ Finn follows an alcoholic narrator who witnesses a crime, or does she really? For the past ten months she has been confined to the four walls of her home by agoraphobia, watch this tense thriller unfold before your eyes. If you liked ‘The Girl on the Train’ then you’re going to love this!

This already best seller was originally published in French. The book, Lullaby by Leila Slimani, follows a family who discover their nanny has murdered their beloved children. Watch how the relationship between the nanny and the parents unfold.

These are just our top pick! If none of these take your fancy take a look at Good Reads for the most popular 2018 Must Read Books. What have you read recently? Comment below