|Author:||Common Knowledge Trust NZ|
Description: The goal of The Pink Kit is for expectant parents to learn how-to birth better. Learn how-to prepare your pregnant body to let your baby come down, through and out whether in a natural or medical birth including non-laboring caesarean delivery. Learn practical birth and coaching skills that work well in the birth... read more
New from the author of the bestselling "Real Gorgeous". In her inimitable warm, witty and informative way, Kaz Cooke (aided by her outrageous alter ego Hermoine) provides the real low-down on pregnancy and childbirth, from coping with the body changes to dealing with a newborn baby.
Now into it's 7th reprint, Pregnancy and Birth has been guiding parents to be through the stages of pregnancy for two decades.
Dr Miriam Stoppard provides parents with knowledge about the options available to you during pregnancy and birth, and will help you decide what suits you and give you the courage to try to have ... read more
A guide to caring for your baby during the all-important first six months.Whether you're a mother expecting your first baby, have just given birth, or are an expectant or new father, this is for you. From parenting guru Dr Miriam Stoppard, practical, down-to-earth advice on key newborn issues. There are tips on how to deal wi... read more
The New Zealand Pregnancy Book has been used by many thousands of parents since the first edition was published in 1991. The third edition has been comprehensively rewritten by GP author Sue Pullon along with midwife Cheryl Benn. New emphasis is placed on matters such as: the range of birth options; midwife care; the ro... read more
Becoming a mother, however Yummy, is still as challenging as it ever was. Relax: help is at hand, with this no-holds-barred guide to surviving the biggest transition of your life. Liz Fraser is a (mostly) stylish mother of three young children, and offers a much-needed, fresh look at what happens to us, our relationships a... read more
|Author:||Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo|
Outlines four plans that prescribe compatible diet, exercise, and supplement programs for each major blood type, in a guide designed to help readers promote optimal fertility, prenatal care, pregnancy, nursing, postpartum recovery, and baby health. Reprint.
Your doctor gives you medical advice. Your mother buys you baby clothes. But who can give you the real story when you're pregnant? Your best friends of course - at least the ones who've been through the exhilaration and exhaustion, the agony and ecstasy of pregnancy. Now, four-time delivery-room veteran Vicki Iovine helps you... read more
An easy-to-use, illustrated, practical guide for women who are experiencing pain and discomfort during their pregnancies as well as for women who want to do their best to prevent an uncomfortable nine months. Written by one of Sydney's leading obstetric physiotherapists. In this easy-to-use, illustrated book, Jane Simons,... read more
Anne Enright, one of Ireland's most remarkable writers, has just had two babies: a girl and a boy. Her new book, Making Babies, is the intimate, engaging, and very funny record of the journey from early pregnancy to age two. Written in dispatches, typed with a sleeping baby in the room, it has the rush of good news - full of ... read more
The complete practical guide for all parents-to-be from best-selling pregnancy and childcare author Dr Miriam Stoppard. Taking you and your partner through every stage of pregnancy and birth - from preconceptual planning to the first days of life - this thoroughly updated handbook explains the physical and emotional changes y... read more
This brand new edition of Babies' Names will help you find the right name for your baby. The book gives over 2,500 names in common use in the English-speaking world with information on their meanings and origins. It spans traditional names, from Anne and Albert to Victoria and William, to modern names, from Azalea and Bryn to... read more
When Louise and Katrina discovered they were having twins, both had the same thought once they recovered from the shock: buy a book that explains what to expect in order to get organised and to prepare emotionally and physically for the anticipated upheaval to their lives. When they couldn't find such a text, they decided to ... read more
While most other pregnancy books focus on the baby, Blooming Gorgeous focuses on you, the pregnant woman. Filled with practical and invaluable tips on keeping well and beautiful in pregnancy, it will help you take time to nurture yourself as you nurture another from within. Jo Glanville-Blackburn gives authoritative advice on... read more
Using exercises and techniques developed over ten years of teaching a popular series of workshops at the Chopra Center for Well Being, Dr Deepak Chopra shows readers how to see parenthood from a very different perspective. Magical Beginnings, Enchanted Lives uses meditation, yoga, dietary guidelines, natural remedies, visu... read more
This fact-packed guide to a healthy vegetarian diet during pregnancy and breastfeeding and for babies gives a clear overview of what comprises a healthy diet. To help you maintain a healthy nutritional intake, Amanda Grant also gives advice on how to cook food to maximize nutrition, and what's in season when. There are also h... read more
Australian, authoritative and totally up-to-date, Baby Love is the only book you'll need to guide you through your baby's first year. With expert advice for the first 12 months of every baby's life and full of Robin Barker's wisdom and humour, this classic guide has been fully revised, including new material on nutrition, foo... read more
Store the tender moments and exciting milestones of your baby's precious early years in this timeless journal. Record your thoughts and memories, safeguard your photos and special keepsakes, and write a letter for your child to open on their eighteenth birthday.
A stunning padded hardback to document the first ... read more