I wanted to produce a quintessentially invaluable manual for the first time parent without losing any of the warmth and cosiness felt when a baby arrives
Bristol based GP Dr Claire Winstanley has just released her first all encompassing baby book for information on dealing with pre and post birth questions and problems. Aimed at first time parents, this is the book all current parents will wish they'd owned years ago; containing a perfect balance of invaluable tips and professional advice from a senior medical practitioner. 'Babies All Wrapped Up' is an invaluable source of information for nervous parents-to-be; taking them through the necessary stages of pre-birth, birth and post-natal care (not only for mum and baby but dad too). Written in a warm accessible format, this book offers support of a practical, emotional and physical nature. Dr Winstanley has also spent three years painstakingly researching the best medical advice from a wealth of midwives, paedriatricians and specialist consultants, resulting in a brilliantly informative but heart warming manual.
What's different about this book?
Dr Winstanley offers succinct information in easy-to-find chapters; taken from her years of experience as both a senior GP and a mother of 3. The book provides both essential medical information and also tips on the smallest detail to help first time parents in an accessible way. Most importantly, it fills in all the information gaps left by other baby books on the market.
Dr Winstanley has stated “I wanted to produce a quintessentially invaluable manual for the first time parent without losing any of the warmth and cosiness felt when a baby arrives”.
Approved by paediatricians, health visitors and midwives, this book should be any new mum's first port of call before that little bundle arrives.
Babies All Wrapped Up
DragonWeb Publishing Ltd
Contact : 07999 337787
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