Books and Online Resources
Learning more about your pregnancy through books and online literature is an important aspect of preparing yourself for parenthood. However, the information provided here does not substitute the advice you receive from your physician and healthcare team. Be sure to ask your physician for a recommended reading list that is most appropriate for your individual medical profile. Other suggested books may include:
Your Amazing Newborn. Marshall H. Klaus, MD, Phyllis H. Klaus. Perseus Publishing, 2000.
Caring for Your Baby and Young Child, Revised Edition: Birth to Age 5. The American Academy of Pediatrics, Stephen P. Shelov (Editor), Steven P. Shelov (Editor), Robert E. Hannemann (Editor). Bantam Books, Inc., 2004.
The Baby Book: Everything You Need to Know About Your Baby from Birth to Age Two. William Sears, Martha Sears (Contributor). Little, Brown & Company, 2005.
The Ultimate Breastfeeding Book of Answers Revised and Updated: The Most Comprehensive Problem-Solving Guide to Breastfeeding from the Foremost Expert in North America. Jack Newman, MD. Three Rivers Press, 2006.
The Nursing Mother's Companion, Revised Edition. Kathleen Huggins, Harriette Hartigan. Harvard Common Press, 2005.
Amy Spangler's Breastfeeding: A Parent's Guide. Amy Spangler, 2006.
Nursing Mother, Working Mother, Revised Edition: The Essential Guide for Breastfeeding and Staying Close to Your Baby After You Return to Work. Gale Pryor. Harvard Common Press, 2007.
The Happiest Baby on the Block: The New Way to Calm Crying and Help Your Newborn Baby Sleep Longer. Harvey Karp. Bantam, 2005.
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