Go-To Parenting Books

What parenting books do you guys like? πŸ“š πŸ“š πŸ“š 
There's so much information out there. How do you decipher what is best for you? I have a go-to list of things you need and don't need for baby, but these are my go-to books. 
My favorite book is called 'Simplicity Parenting' by Kim John Payne. It is based on waldorf techniques and it really helps show parents that by simplifying things in all aspects of your life, it can make parenting easier (well relatively speaking πŸ˜‰).
My other go-to book for parents is 'No Bad Kids' by @janetlansbury. It is based on RIE philosophy which talks about respect and trust in the baby and understanding that they know how to initiate and explore things on their own.

Another favorite of mine, which is a quick read, is 'Bringing up Bebe' by Pamela Druckerman. This book is discusses French parenting styles from an American’s point of view. The most important message that this book tells you is that it is all about the β€œpause.” By the pause, I mean not rushing to your child immediately in any sense really.