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 Product Description-The Mother of All Baby Books: The Ultimate
          Guide to Your Baby's First Year (U.S. edition)
 Oh Boy! Or Girl!Just had a baby? Relax, lie down and breathe a sigh of relief. The Mother of All Baby Books has arrived! From
   the author of The Mother of All Pregnancy Books, comes the guide that all new parents have been waiting for, whether they
know it or not. The Mother of All Baby Books is the instruction manual that Mother Nature forgot to include with your new bundle
   of joy. Packed with important advice and insider tips to coping with the joys and challenges of caring for your new baby, this
      comprehensive, refreshing guide is an excellent resource for first time or even experienced moms and dads.Warm and
 delightful, The Mother of All Baby Books offers a wide range of topics including basic childcare, nutrition, health, and physical,
     emotional, and social development. Inside you'll find the facts about sleeping patterns, breastfeeding, circumcision, and
      immunization issues, as well as charts and tables to bring you up to date on the latest information, a handy glossary of
 baby-related terms, and insider secrets on shopping for baby. Get the inside scoop on how to handle colic, diaper rash and all
 those pressing questions that have you pacing the floor at 3 a.m.! With an extra-added dose of reassurance, discover what it's
really like to become a parent in this bible to babyhood and beyond!"The Mother of All Baby Books provides excellent advice for
 topics that are easily overlooked during the pregnancy/baby adventure."-Sandra Gookin, co-author of Parenting For Dummies
                                                and Parenting For Dummies, 2nd ed.



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Customer Reviews:
46 of 47 people found the following review helpful Great book, more for pre-baby, September 10, 2004 By Andrea M. Pinto
"Proud Chicago Mom" (Chicago)
  This review is from: The Mother of All Baby Books: The Ultimate Guide to Your Baby's First Year (U.S. edition) (Paperback)
This is a great, easy-to-read book with good info. However, the title is a bit misleading--2/3 of the book deal with planning for
baby and dealing with the first few days. It is an excellent book, but it is more a book to read in your last trimester than after
baby is born.

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful

Terrific parenting and pediatric health reference, September 12, 2002 By "parenteducatorandmom" (Colorado)
This review is from: The Mother of All Baby Books: The Ultimate Guide to Your Baby's First Year (U.S. edition) (Paperback) I
am frequently asked to review parenting and pediatric health books as part of my job as a parent educator. This is one of the
best baby books that has crossed my desk in years. It provides an incredibly comprehensive -- and honest -- look at the first
year of parenthood from both the parent and child's perspective. I was particularly impressed by the section on planning your
"babymoon" (the first week or two of parenthood). This is material that every new parent should have. And the section on not
overshopping for baby is equally invaluable. Other highlights of the book include the head-to-toe "tour" of a newborn baby (the
material on birthmarks and other newborn features is more comprehensive than anything I've ever seen in a book targeted at
consumers rather than health care providers); the no-holds-barred description of what your postpartum body will really feel like
(again, the author provides an unprecedented amount of detail); the chapter on...
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful

A Handy Reference For The First Year, October 8, 2002 By A Customer
This review is from: The Mother of All Baby Books: The Ultimate Guide to Your Baby's First Year (U.S. edition) (Paperback)
What an enjoyable and informative book!! After Reading "The Mother of all Pregnancy Books' and finding it both humorous and
informative, I rushed out to purchase "The Mother of All Baby Books." I read it cover to cover within a week and have referred to
it at LEAST once a week since then. The chapter on breast-feeding is fantastic. The information on baby's health has been
consistently valuable to me, a first time mom, who has been checking for every sign of illness. It helped me quite a bit to have a
realistic understanding of the physical limitations of my post-pregnancy body and an idea of what a normal recovery period was.
I could go on and on about the multitudes of useful information in this book. However I feel that some of the most valuable
portions of this book are the (often humourous) anecdotes that helped me and my husband feel validated in our concerns and
less isolated in our experiences. Let's face it, not many of us can call another parent of a feverish 6...

				
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