I really like Raising our Children Raising Ourselves as well, but I remember reading it (a year or two ago) and feeling like it applied a lot more to older kids. But I still think it's really good.
Maybe this is kind of a tangent here, but as far as vaccines go, I found Aviva Romm's book Vaccinations: A Thoughtful Parent's Guide to do a pretty good job of representing the perspectives and validity on both sides (although it's not the most up to date, so supplementation with other materials is required). I believe she also talks about natural ways to build immunity if you choose not to vaccinate and ways to support your childs immune system to handle the vaccine while minimizing side effects and optimizing the benefit if you do choose to vaccinate. It's my favorite vax book, in case you were wondering about other mama's two cents about books on that topics too. :)